How can the cerebellum match “error signal” and “error correction”?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19 (3):442-442 (1996)

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This study examines how a Purkinje cell receives its appropriate olivary error signal during the learning of compound movements. We suggest that the Purkinje cell only reinforces those target pyramidal cells which already participate in the movement, subsequently reducing any repeated error signal, such as its own climbing fiber input, [simpson et al.; smith]
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