Eyeblink conditioning, motor control, and the analysis of limbic-cerebellar interactions

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19 (3):479-481 (1996)

Abstract
Several target articles in this BBS special issue address the topic of cerebellar and olivary functions, especially as they pertain to motor earning. Another important topic is the neural interaction between the limbic system and the cerebellum during associative learning. In this commentary we present some of our data on olivo-cerebellar and limbic-cerebellar interactions during eyeblink conditioning. [HOUK et al.; SIMPSON et al.; THACH]
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