Cerebellum & Language
Cerebellum has increasingly been recognized for its contributions beyond motor control to higher cognitive functions. Our work focuses on the roles of cerebellum in language. We use neuroimaging techniques to examine the cerebellar involvement and the cerebro-cerebellar contributions towards language and reading-related processes.
The findings highlight the role of the cerebellum in reading networks. The implications underscore the need for further research on heterogeneity of cerebellar functions and cerebro-cerebellar functional connectivity to develop a comprehensive understanding of the neural correlates of reading.
- Mapping the Cerebellum to the Neural Network of Reading in Bilinguals
- Cerebellar Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Impairs Visual Working Memory
- Individual-fMRI-approaches reveal cerebellum and visual communities to be functionally connected in obsessive compulsive disorder
- Cerebro-cerebellar pathways for verbal working memory
- Modality specificity in the cerebro-cerebellar neurocircuitry during working memory