Motor learning and synaptic plasticity in the cerebellum

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19 (3):475-477 (1996)
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For reasons I have never understood, some students of the cerebellum have been unwilling to accept the now overwhelming evidence that the cerebellum exhibits lasting synaptic plasticity and plays an essential role in some forms of learning and memory. With a few exceptions (e.g., target article by SIMPSON et al.) this is no longer the case, as is clear in the excellent target articles on cerebellar LTD and the excellent target review by HOUK et al. [CRÉPEL et al.; HOUR et al.; KANO; LINDEN; SIMPSON et al.; SMITH; VINCENT]



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