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How do we know these brain structures are involved in the described functions?. #1. Lesion Work Human and animals #2. Neural Imaging CAT, PET, fMRI #3. Virtual Lesions T ranscranial M agnetic S timulation. #3. Virtual Lesions T ranscranial M agnetic S timulation.

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how do we know these brain structures are involved in the described functions
How do we know these brain structures are involved in the described functions?

#1. Lesion Work

Human and animals

#2. Neural Imaging

CAT, PET, fMRI

#3. Virtual Lesions

TranscranialMagnetic Stimulation

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#3. Virtual Lesions

TranscranialMagnetic Stimulation

tms role of cerebellum
TMSRole of Cerebellum

pft = paced finger tapping

Theoret et al., (2001). Neuroscience Letters, 306: 29-32.

Theoret et al., (2001). Neuroscience Letters, 306: 29-32.

behavioral findings
Behavioral Findings

LC = lateral cerebellum; MC medial Cerebellum; MT= site of motor threshold; Sham = reorientation of TMS

Theoret et al., (2001). Neuroscience Letters, 306: 29-32.

Theoret et al., (2001). Neuroscience Letters, 306: 29-32.

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