Modality Specific Cerebro-Cerebellar Activations in Verbal Working Memory: An fMRI Study

@inproceedings{Kirschen2010ModalitySC,
  title={Modality Specific Cerebro-Cerebellar Activations in Verbal Working Memory: An fMRI Study},
  author={Matthew P. Kirschen and S. H. Annabel Chen and John E. Desmond},
  booktitle={Behavioural neurology},
  year={2010}
}
Verbal working memory (VWM) engages frontal and temporal/parietal circuits subserving the phonological loop, as well as, superior and inferior cerebellar regions which have projections from these neocortical areas. Different cerebro-cerebellar circuits may be engaged for integrating aurally- and visually-presented information for VWM. The present fMRI study investigated load (2, 4, or 6 letters) and modality (auditory and visual) dependent cerebro-cerebellar VWM activation using a Sternberg… CONTINUE READING
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