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How and what does the cerebellum learn?

  • Peter F. C. Gilbert (a1)

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Information for motor learning is likely to be stored by groups of Purkinje cells in the cerebellum as suggested by HOUK et al., though their proposal that Purkinje cells act as bistable elements is open to question. THACH's excellent article breaks new ground on what type of information the cerebellum may store. I have queries on whether the cerebellum can generate “thought” or is likely to engage in the purely mental learning of movements, [HOUK et al.; THACH]

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How and what does the cerebellum learn?

  • Peter F. C. Gilbert (a1)

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