Crossed cerebro-cerebellar language dominance.

@article{Jansen2005CrossedCL,
  title={Crossed cerebro-cerebellar language dominance.},
  author={A. Jansen and Agnes Fl{\"o}el and J van Randenborgh and Carsten Konrad and Michael Rotte and Ann-Freya F{\"o}rster and Michael Deppe and Stefan Knecht},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2005},
  volume={24 3},
  pages={
          165-72
        }
}
In addition to its traditional role in motor control, the cerebellum has been implicated in various cognitive and linguistic functions. Lesion, anatomic, and functional imaging studies indicate a link between left frontal language regions and the right cerebellum. To probe the specificity of this circuit, we examined the association between language-related lateralized activation of the frontal cortex with lateralized activation of the cerebellum. Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI… CONTINUE READING
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