Disruption of Cerebellar Prediction in Verbal Working Memory

@inproceedings{Sheu2019DisruptionOC,
  title={Disruption of Cerebellar Prediction in Verbal Working Memory},
  author={Yi-Shin Sheu and Yu Xia Liang and John E. Desmond},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2019}
}
Mounting evidence suggests that the right cerebellum contributes to verbal working memory, but the functional role of this contribution remains unclear. In an established theory of motor control, the cerebellum is thought to predict sensory consequences of movements through an internal "forward model." Here, we hypothesize a similar predictive process can generalize to cerebellar non-motor function, and that the right cerebellum plays a predictive role that is beneficial for rapidly engaging… CONTINUE READING
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