Cognitive and Motor Loops of the Human Cerebro-cerebellar System

@article{Salmi2010CognitiveAM,
  title={Cognitive and Motor Loops of the Human Cerebro-cerebellar System},
  author={Juha Salmi and Karen Johanne Pallesen and Tuomas Neuvonen and Elvira Brattico and Antti Korvenoja and Oili Salonen and Synn{\"o}ve Carlson},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={22},
  pages={2663-2676}
}
We applied fMRI and diffusion-weighted MRI to study the segregation of cognitive and motor functions in the human cerebro-cerebellar system. Our fMRI results show that a load increase in a nonverbal auditory working memory task is associated with enhanced brain activity in the parietal, dorsal premotor, and lateral prefrontal cortices and in lobules VII–VIII of the posterior cerebellum, whereas a sensory-motor control task activated the motor/somatosensory, medial prefrontal, and posterior… CONTINUE READING

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