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Title: Editorial: The cerebellar role in psychiatric disorders: Emerging evidence and future perspectives
Author(s): Argyropoulos, Georgios P D
Lupo, Michela
Olivito, Giusy
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Keywords: cerebellum
social cognition
Theory of Mind
Issue Date: 2022
Date Deposited: 14-Nov-2022
Citation: Argyropoulos GPD, Lupo M & Olivito G (2022) Editorial: The cerebellar role in psychiatric disorders: Emerging evidence and future perspectives. <i>Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience</i>, 16, Art. No.: 1075679.
Abstract: First paragraph: Over the past decades, clinical, neuroimaging, anatomical, and physiological studies have established the presence of a “cognitive” and a “limbic” cerebellum—the former being represented primarily in posterolateral regions and the dentate nuclei, and the latter in the vermis and the fastigial nuclei (Schmahmann et al., 2007). The “dysmetria of thought,” following damage to the cognitive cerebellum (Schmahmann, 1998) and the neuropsychiatric impairments, following damage to the limbic cerebellum (Schmahmann et al., 2007) comprise the so called “cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome” (Schmahmann and Sherman, 1998). These findings have recently renewed interest in a cerebellar pathophysiology of a broad range of neurodevelopmental and psychiatric disorders (e.g. Hoppenbrouwers et al., 2008; Lupo et al., 2019; Van Overwalle et al., 2020).
DOI Link: 10.3389/fnbeh.2022.1075679
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