The Big Reveal: Precision Mapping Shines a Gigantic Floodlight on the Cerebellum

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The cerebellum, a brain structure historically considered to be important for motor coordination, is often overlooked in terms of its role in higher-order control processing. Using resting-state functional connectivity and precision mapping, Marek et al. (2018) illuminate the cerebellum as an important source of individual variation in brain function and cognition. The cerebellum, a brain structure historically considered to be important for motor coordination, is often overlooked in terms of its role in higher-order control processing. Using resting-state functional connectivity and precision mapping, Marek et al. (2018) illuminate the cerebellum as an important source of individual variation in brain function and cognition.

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Fair, D. A. (2018, November 21). The Big Reveal: Precision Mapping Shines a Gigantic Floodlight on the Cerebellum. Neuron. Cell Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuron.2018.11.013

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