A clinical-neurolinguistic and experimental fMRI study of the modulating role of the cerebellum in writing processes

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Description

Clinical-neurolinguistic and experimental fMRI study of the modulating role of the cerebellum in writing processes
AcronymFWOAL710
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/01/1431/12/17

Keywords

  • linguistique et littérature
  • linguistics and literature

Flemish discipline codes

  • Clinical linguistics
  • Linguistics
  • Language studies
  • Consensus Paper: Language and the Cerebellum: an Ongoing Enigma

    Marien, P., Ackermann, H., Adamszek, M., Beaton, A., Desmond, J., De Witte, E., Fawcett, A., Hertrich, I., Küper, M., Leggio, M., Marvel, C., Molinari, M., Murdoch, B., Nicolson, R., Schmahmann, J., Stoodley, C., Thürling, M., Timmann, D., Wouters, E. & Ziegler, W., 1 Jan 2014, In : The Cerebellum. 13, 3, p. 386-410 25 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    238 Citations (Scopus)