Sensory and cognitive functions.

@article{Parsons1997SensoryAC,
  title={Sensory and cognitive functions.},
  author={Lawrence M. Parsons and Peter T. Fox},
  journal={International review of neurobiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={41},
  pages={255-71}
}
New neuroimaging studies provide striking evidence that the cerebellum is intensely and selectively active during sensory and cognitive tasks, even in the absence of explicit or implicit motor behavior. Focal activity is observed in the lateral cerebellar hemispheres during the processing of auditory, visual, cutaneous, spatial, and tactile information, and in anterior-medial cerebellar regions during somatomotor behavior. Moreover, a double dissociation exists between (a) cerebellar activity… CONTINUE READING