Transcranial magnetic stimulation and motor plasticity in human lateral cerebellum: dual effect on saccadic adaptation.

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The cerebellum is a key area for movement control and sensory-motor plasticity. Its medial part is considered as the exclusive cerebellar center controlling the accuracy and adaptive calibration of saccadic eye movements. However, the contribution of other zones situated in its lateral part is unknown. We addressed this question in healthy adult volunteers… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/hbm.21301

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