Cerebellum and Neuronal Plasticity. Nato ASI Series A: Life Sciences Vol. 148
Plenum; 1987 edition (April 1, 1988)
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This book contains twenty-two chapters which are based on talks given at a conference held at Magdalen College, Oxford in April 1986. The par ticipants in the conference came from a number of countries and repre sented several disciplines. They share a common interest in the structure of the cerebellum and its role in the control of movement and motor learning. The chapters in the book reflect that interest, and put forward in a succinct and clear way some of the major new ide~s on the role of the cerebellum in movement and motor learning. M. Glickstein C. Yeo J. Stein CONTENTS Structure and Function of the Cerebellum Glickstein, M. Parasagittal Zonation of the Cerebellum in Macaques: An analysis based on Acetylcholinesterase Histochemistry 15 Voogd, J., Gerrits, N.M., and Hess, D.T. Quantitative Studies of Pontine Projections from Visual Cortical Areas in the cat 41 Brodal, P., and Bjaalie, J.G. Cerebellar Transcommissural Neurons 63 Rosina, A., and Provini, L. Afferent Control of the Cerebellum. An Hypothesis to Explain the Differences in the Mediolateral Distribution of Mossy Fibre Terminals in the Cerebellar Cortex 83 Gerrits, N.M.