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Involvement of the cerebellum in sequential finger movement learning: Evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging
Y. H. Zhu; H. B. Di; Y. Yuan; J. G. Ren; W. Yu; Z. Q. Zhang; J. H. Gao; X. C. Weng; Y. Z. Chen; WENG Xuchu
2005
Source PublicationChinese Science Bulletin
ISSN1001-6538
Volume50Issue:17Pages:1887-1891
AbstractWhether the cerebellum is involved in voluntary motor learning or motor performance is the subject of a new debate. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), we examined cerebellar activation in eight volunteers before and after an extended period of training. Activation volume on both sides of cerebellum after learning was significantly reduced compared to that before learning even under the same motor frequency. Remarkably, while motor frequency for the training sequence was significantly higher than the control sequence after 41 d of learning, activation in the cerebellum for both sequences, with respect to activation loci and volumes, was very similar. These results suggest that the cerebellum was involved in motor learning but not motor performance. Changes of cerebellar activation from training thus appear to be associated with learning but not with improvement on task performance.
Keywordcerebellum learning performance sequential movement fMRI
Subject Area认知神经科学
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/5503
Collection中国科学院心理研究所回溯数据库(1956-2010)
Corresponding AuthorWENG Xuchu
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Y. H. Zhu,H. B. Di,Y. Yuan,et al. Involvement of the cerebellum in sequential finger movement learning: Evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging[J]. Chinese Science Bulletin,2005,50(17):1887-1891.
APA Y. H. Zhu.,H. B. Di.,Y. Yuan.,J. G. Ren.,W. Yu.,...&WENG Xuchu.(2005).Involvement of the cerebellum in sequential finger movement learning: Evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging.Chinese Science Bulletin,50(17),1887-1891.
MLA Y. H. Zhu,et al."Involvement of the cerebellum in sequential finger movement learning: Evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging".Chinese Science Bulletin 50.17(2005):1887-1891.
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