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Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Cerebellum
Author links open overlay panelEsther B.E.Becker*
Catherine J.Stoodle[url]y†
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/a ... via%3Dihub[/url]

"Abstract

The cerebellum has been long known for its importance in motor learning and coordination. Recently, anatomical, clinical, and neuroimaging studies strongly suggest that the cerebellum supports cognitive functions, including language and executive functions, as well as affective regulation. Furthermore, the cerebellum has emerged as one of the key brain regions affected in autism.".


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