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Generalized Role for the Cerebellum in Encoding Internal Models: Evidence from Semantic Processing

Moberget, T.; Gullesen, E. H.; Andersson, S.; Ivry, R. B.; Endestad, T.;
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  • Published: 02 Jan 2014
Abstract
The striking homogeneity of cerebellar microanatomy is strongly suggestive of a corresponding uniformity of function. Consequently, theoretical models of the cerebellums role in motor control should offer important clues regarding cerebellar contributions to cognition. One such influential theory holds that the cerebellum encodes internal models, neural representations of the context-specific dynamic properties of an object, to facilitate predictive control when manipulating the object. The present study examined whether this theoretical construct can shed light on the contribution of the cerebellum to language processing. We reasoned that the cerebellum might p...
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