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The Posterior Cerebellum is Involved in Constructing Social Action Sequences: An fMRI Study (2019)

Heleven, E., Van Dun, K., & Van Overwalle, F. (2019). The posterior Cerebellum is involved in constructing Social Action Sequences: An fMRI Study. Scientific Reports, 9(1).

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The cerebellum is an area of neuroscience that is underexplored for how it is involved with cognition for social reasoning and inferences abilities. This study explores how the cerebellum is involved in sequencing abilities for various story events w ...

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