The Role of the Cerebellum – From Movement to Thinking and Emotion

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Deborah Budding

Deborah Budding, PhD

Deborah Budding, PhD

The cerebellum has historically been known for its influence on sensory-motor mapping. Increasingly, research shows important non-motor functions of the cerebellum that are essential to coordinating not only sensory-motor functions, but affective and cognitive functions as well. The rate, rhythm and force of sensory-motor activities develop in parallel with these qualitative aspects of thinking and feeling. This research will be translated into a practical understanding of how “automatic/habitual” behaviors and “controlled/deliberate” behaviors can be used for understanding individual differences and treatment approaches across multiple areas of function.

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Deborah Budding, PhD

The cerebellum has historically been known for its influence on sensory-motor mapping. Increasingly, research shows important non-motor functions of the cerebellum that are essential to coordinating not only sensory-motor functions, but affective and cognitive functions as well. The rate, rhythm and force of sensory-motor activities develop in parallel with these qualitative aspects of thinking and feeling. This research will be translated into a practical understanding of how “automatic/habitual” behaviors and “controlled/deliberate” behaviors can be used for understanding individual differences and treatment approaches across multiple areas of function.

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