The Cerebellum Generates Motor-to-Auditory Predictions: ERP Lesion Evidence

@article{Knolle2012TheCG,
  title={The Cerebellum Generates Motor-to-Auditory Predictions: ERP Lesion Evidence},
  author={Franziska Knolle and Erich Schr{\"o}ger and Pamela Baess and Sonja A. Kotz},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2012},
  volume={24},
  pages={698-706}
}
Forward predictions are crucial in motor action (e.g., catching a ball, or being tickled) but may also apply to sensory or cognitive processes (e.g., listening to distorted speech or to a foreign accent). According to the “internal forward model,” the cerebellum generates predictions about somatosensory consequences of movements. These predictions simulate motor processes and prepare respective cortical areas for anticipated sensory input. Currently, there is very little evidence that a… CONTINUE READING
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