All Relations between representation and cerebellum

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Ot Prat, Luigi Petrucco, Vilim Štih, Ruben Portugue. Comparing the representation of a simple visual stimulus across the cerebellar network. eNeuro. 2024-07-03. PMID:38960706. comparing the representation of a simple visual stimulus across the cerebellar network. 2024-07-03 2024-07-10 zebrafish
Ot Prat, Luigi Petrucco, Vilim Štih, Ruben Portugue. Comparing the representation of a simple visual stimulus across the cerebellar network. eNeuro. 2024-07-03. PMID:38960706. theories of cerebellar function postulate that ions convey error signals to pcs that, paired with the contextual information provided by gcs, can instruct motor learning.here, we use the larval zebrafish to investigate (i) how sensory representations of the same stimulus vary across gcs and ions and (ii) how pc activity reflects these two different input streams. 2024-07-03 2024-07-10 zebrafish
Ot Prat, Luigi Petrucco, Vilim Štih, Ruben Portugue. Comparing the representation of a simple visual stimulus across the cerebellar network. eNeuro. 2024-07-03. PMID:38960706. this activity could provide a substrate for time representation in the cerebellum. 2024-07-03 2024-07-10 zebrafish
Yuhao Yan, Timothy H Murph. Decoding state-dependent cortical-cerebellar cellular functional connectivity in the mouse brain. Cell reports. vol 43. issue 6. 2024-06-12. PMID:38865245. cortical representations of individual cerebellar neurons vary significantly across different brain states but are drawn from a common set of cortical networks. 2024-06-12 2024-06-15 mouse
Margherita Bertuccelli, Patrizia Bisiacchi, Alessandra Del Felic. Disentangling Cerebellar and Parietal Contributions to Gait and Body Schema: A Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Study. Cerebellum (London, England). 2024-03-04. PMID:38438828. this study aimed to identify distinguishing motor and cognitive features to disentangle ppc and cerebellar involvement in two sensorimotor-related functions: gait and body schema representation. 2024-03-04 2024-03-07 human
Harsh N Hariani, A Brynn Algstam, Christian T Candler, Isabelle F Witteveen, Jasmeen K Sidhu, Timothy S Balme. A system of feed-forward cerebellar circuits that extend and diversify sensory signaling. eLife. vol 12. 2024-01-25. PMID:38270517. numerous cerebellar functions are thought to require the maintenance of a sensory representation that extends beyond the input signal. 2024-01-25 2024-01-27 mouse
Sara Terranova, Alessandro Botta, Martina Putzolu, Gaia Bonassi, Carola Cosentino, Susanna Mezzarobba, Elisa Ravizzotti, Elisa Pelosin, Laura Avanzin. Cerebellar Direct Current Stimulation Reveals the Causal Role of the Cerebellum in Temporal Prediction. Cerebellum (London, England). 2023-12-26. PMID:38147293. in the single-interval context, for the long trials, the cerebellum could play a main role in integrating representation of time interval in memory with the elapsed time providing an accurate temporal prediction. 2023-12-26 2023-12-28 human
Peter Serano, Sergey N Makaroff, Jerome L Ackerman, Aapo R Nummenmaa, Gregory Noetsche. Detailed High Quality Surface-Based Mouse CAD Model Suitable for Electromagnetic Simulations. Biomedical physics & engineering express. 2023-11-20. PMID:37983756. the model includes a relatively accurate four-compartment brain representation (the "whole brain" according to the original terminology, external cerebrum, cerebellum, and striatum[9]) and contains 21 distinct compartments in total. 2023-11-20 2023-11-29 mouse
Christina V Schmitter, Konstantin Kufer, Olaf Steinsträter, Jens Sommer, Tilo Kircher, Benjamin Straub. Neural correlates of temporal recalibration to delayed auditory feedback of active and passive movements. Human brain mapping. 2023-10-11. PMID:37818950. furthermore, recalibration-related activations in the cerebellum may reflect the retention of multiple representations of temporal stimulus associations across both contexts. 2023-10-11 2023-10-15 human
Marjorie Xie, Samuel P Muscinelli, Kameron Decker Harris, Ashok Litwin-Kuma. Task-dependent optimal representations for cerebellar learning. eLife. vol 12. 2023-09-06. PMID:37671785. task-dependent optimal representations for cerebellar learning. 2023-09-06 2023-10-07 Not clear
Marjorie Xie, Samuel P Muscinelli, Kameron Decker Harris, Ashok Litwin-Kuma. Task-dependent optimal representations for cerebellar learning. eLife. vol 12. 2023-09-06. PMID:37671785. here, we generalize theories of cerebellar learning to determine the optimal granule cell representation for tasks beyond random stimulus discrimination, including continuous input-output transformations as required for smooth motor control. 2023-09-06 2023-10-07 Not clear
Marjorie Xie, Samuel P Muscinelli, Kameron Decker Harris, Ashok Litwin-Kuma. Task-dependent optimal representations for cerebellar learning. eLife. vol 12. 2023-09-06. PMID:37671785. our results provide a general theory of learning in cerebellum-like systems and suggest that optimal cerebellar representations are task-dependent. 2023-09-06 2023-10-07 Not clear
Xavier Guell, Jeremy D Schmahman. Diaschisis in the human brain reveals specificity of cerebrocerebellar connections. The Journal of comparative neurology. 2023-08-23. PMID:37609856. anatomical studies in animals and imaging studies in humans show that cerebral sensorimotor areas map onto corresponding cerebellar sensorimotor areas and that cerebral association areas map onto cerebellar posterior lobe regions designated as the representation of the association (cognitive and limbic) cerebellum. 2023-08-23 2023-09-07 human
Ravi D Mill, Michael W Col. Neural representation dynamics reveal computational principles of cognitive task learning. bioRxiv : the preprint server for biology. 2023-07-10. PMID:37425922. further, we found that conjunctions originated in subcortex (hippocampus and cerebellum) and slowly spread to cortex, extending multiple memory systems theories to encompass task representation learning. 2023-07-10 2023-08-14 human
Masashi Kameda, Koichiro Niikawa, Akiko Uematsu, Masaki Tanak. Sensory and motor representations of internalized rhythms in the cerebellum and basal ganglia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. vol 120. issue 24. 2023-06-05. PMID:37276394. sensory and motor representations of internalized rhythms in the cerebellum and basal ganglia. 2023-06-05 2023-08-14 Not clear
Masashi Kameda, Koichiro Niikawa, Akiko Uematsu, Masaki Tanak. Sensory and motor representations of internalized rhythms in the cerebellum and basal ganglia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. vol 120. issue 24. 2023-06-05. PMID:37276394. thus, internalized rhythms without movement are maintained as periodic neuronal activity, with the cerebellum and str preferring sensory and motor representations, respectively. 2023-06-05 2023-08-14 Not clear
Harsh N Hariani, A Brynn Algstam, Christian T Candler, Isabelle F Witteveen, Jasmeen K Sidhu, Timothy S Balme. A system of feed-forward cerebellar circuits that extend and diversify sensory signaling. bioRxiv : the preprint server for biology. 2023-04-24. PMID:37090638. numerous cerebellar functions are thought to require the maintenance of a sensory representation that extends beyond the input signal. 2023-04-24 2023-08-14 mouse
Ellen Boven, Joseph Pemberton, Paul Chadderton, Richard Apps, Rui Ponte Cost. Cerebro-cerebellar networks facilitate learning through feedback decoupling. Nature communications. vol 14. issue 1. 2023-01-04. PMID:36599827. finally, the model makes several experimentally testable predictions regarding cerebro-cerebellar task-specific representations over learning, task-specific benefits of cerebellar predictions and the differential impact of cerebellar and inferior olive lesions. 2023-01-04 2023-08-14 Not clear
Mario Mant. The underpinnings of cerebellar ataxias. Clinical neurophysiology practice. vol 7. 2022-12-12. PMID:36504687. the cerebellar circuitry plays a key-role in the generation and maintenance of internal models which correspond to neural representations reproducing the dynamic properties of the body. 2022-12-12 2023-08-14 human
Tomoya Nakai, Shinji Nishimot. Representations and decodability of diverse cognitive functions are preserved across the human cortex, cerebellum, and subcortex. Communications biology. vol 5. issue 1. 2022-11-14. PMID:36376490. representations and decodability of diverse cognitive functions are preserved across the human cortex, cerebellum, and subcortex. 2022-11-14 2023-08-14 human