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Sequential Cerebro-Cerebellar fMRI Activation in a Delayed Response Task

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Grodd, W., Erb, M., & Huelsmann, E. (2003). Sequential Cerebro-Cerebellar fMRI Activation in a Delayed Response Task. In 11th Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM 2003) (pp. 147).

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The cerebellum is involved in numerous motor-related functions. Recent observations suggest that it also performs fundamental operations on non-motor functions. This was tested by using fMRI in a delayed response task. The results revealed cerebral and cerebellar activation accompanying the process within a time frame of six seconds. The cerebral activations spread from the anterior cingulate cortex through the SMA and pre-motor area to primary motor and sensory cortex. These activation were in parallel to cerebellar activations propagating from the neo- to the spinocerebellum, indicating that various areas are involved at multiple times during the intention and planning of movements.