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Tipo: Articolo in rivista

Titolo: Consensus Paper: The Cerebellum's Role in Movement and Cognition

Anno di pubblicazione: 2014

Autori: Koziol, Leonard F.; Budding, Deborah; Andreasen, Nancy; D'Arrigo, Stefano; Bulgheroni, Sara; Imamizu, Hiroshi; Ito, Masao; Manto, Mario; Marvel, Cherie; Parker, Krystal; Pezzulo, Giovanni; Ramnani, Narender; Riva, Daria; Schmahmann, Jeremy; Vandervert, Larry; Yamazaki, Tadashi

Affiliazioni autori: Royal Holloway University London; Fdn IRCCS Ist Neurol C Besta; University Libre Brussels; Adv Telecommun Res Inst Int; National Institute of Information & Communications Technology (NICT) - Japan; Osaka University; University of Electro-Communications - Japan

Autori CNR:

  • GIOVANNI PEZZULO

Abstract: While the cerebellum's role in motor function is well recognized, the nature of its concurrent role in cognitive function remains considerably less clear. The current consensus paper gathers diverse views on a variety of important roles played by the cerebellum across a range of cognitive and emotional functions. This paper considers the cerebellum in relation to neurocognitive development, language function, working memory, executive function, and the development of cerebellar internal control models and reflects upon some of the ways in which better understanding the cerebellum's status as a "supervised learning machine" can enrich our ability to understand human function and adaptation. As all contributors agree that the cerebellum plays a role in cognition, there is also an agreement that this conclusion remains highly inferential. Many conclusions about the role of the cerebellum in cognition originate from applying known information about cerebellar contributions to the coordination and quality of movement. These inferences are based on the uniformity of the cerebellum's compositional infrastructure and its apparent modular organization. There is considerable support for this view, based upon observations of patients with pathology within the cerebellum.

Pagine da: 151

Pagine a: 177

Pagine totali: 27

Rivista:

Cerebellum Springer
Paese di pubblicazione: Regno Unito
Lingua: inglese
ISSN: 1473-4222

Numero volume: 13

Numero fascicolo: 1

DOI: 10.1007/s12311-013-0511-x

Indicizzato da: ISI Web of Science (WOS) [000332156100016]

Parole chiave:

  • Cerebellum
  • Cognitive
  • Neurodevelopment
  • Cognition
  • Movement
  • Motor
  • Language
  • Executive Function

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