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Positive cerebellar feedback loops

  • Germund Hesslow (a1)


Houk et al. suggest that excitatory output from the cerebellar nuclei is fed back into the cerebellum, thus generating a prolonged activity in the cerebellar nuclei which is then molded by inhibitory Purkinje cells. Recent evidence, however, shows that a temporary break in this loop causes a pause in a conditioned eyeblink response, but does not terminate it. [HOUK et al.]


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Positive cerebellar feedback loops

  • Germund Hesslow (a1)


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