The neuropsychological profile of cerebellar damage: The sequencing hypothesis

@article{Leggio2011TheNP,
  title={The neuropsychological profile of cerebellar damage: The sequencing hypothesis},
  author={Maria Leggio and Francesca R. Chiricozzi and S. Clausi and Anna Maria Tedesco and Marco Molinari},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2011},
  volume={47},
  pages={137-144}
}
In the last 10 years, data from disparate fields of neuroscience have highlighted the importance of corticocerebellar interactions in several nonmotor domains, such as cognition, emotion, and affective processing (Mariën et al., 2001; Ito, 2005; Molinari et al., 2002; Ramnani, 2006; Schmahmann and Sherman, 1998; Timmann and Daum, 2007). In turn, this revolution has necessitated a complete reconsideration of the mechanisms through which the cerebellum exerts its influence on the cerebral cortex… CONTINUE READING

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