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The Cerebellum: Quality Control, Creativity, Intuition, and Unconscious Working Memory

  • Leonard F. Koziol
  • Deborah Ely Budding
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Abstract

Cerebellum is a Latin word that means “little brain.” While the cerebellum might be little in gross appearance relative to the neocortex, it is certainly not little in terms of its composition and function. The cerebellum actually contains more neurons than the remainder of the human brain, even though it comprises only about ten percent of total brain weight (Houk & Mugnaini, 2003). The cerebellum also lies outside of the cerebral cortex. Perhaps this is one of the reasons why so little attention has historically been paid to understanding its possible contributions to behavior. From the viewpoint of a cortico-centric bias, regions outside the cortex become less important. The cerebellum has traditionally been viewed as a structure coordinating movement, and until recently, this viewpoint has rarely been given a second thought (Bower & Parsons, 2003).

Keywords

Purkinje Cell Cerebellar Hemisphere Parallel Fiber Climbing Fiber Deep Cerebellar Nucleus 
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