All Relations between emotional control and cerebellum

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Luis A Llamas-Alonso, Fernando A Barrios, Andr\\xc3\\xa9s A Gonz\\xc3\\xa1lez-Garrido, Julieta Ramos-Loy. Emotional faces interfere with saccadic inhibition and attention re-orientation: An fMRI study. Neuropsychologia vol issue 2022 35697091 at antisaccades, happy faces recruited parieto-occipital, temporal and cerebellar regions, while the angry faces added activation of orbital and ventrolateral prefrontal cortex related to emotional regulation. 2022-06-13 2022-06-15 Not clear
Pascal Hilber, Jan Cendelin, Anne Le Gall, Marie-Laure Machado, Jan Tuma, Stephane Besnar. Cooperation of the vestibular and cerebellar networks in anxiety disorders and depression. Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry vol 89 issue 2019 30292730 besides the brain areas that are classically associated with emotional reactivity, accumulating evidence indicates that both the vestibular and cerebellar systems are involved not only in motor coordination but also influence both cognition and emotional regulation in humans and animal models. 2019-03-25 2022-01-13 Not clear
Maria Leggio, Giusy Olivit. Topography of the cerebellum in relation to social brain regions and emotions. Handbook of clinical neurology vol 154 issue 2018 29903453 anatomic and functional evidence strongly contributes to delineating the cerebellar functional subdivisions and their integration with cerebral functional networks strictly related to emotional regulation and social functioning, thus suggesting a model of cerebellar organization that resembles that of the cerebral cortex. 2018-09-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Catherine J Stoodle. The Cerebellum and Neurodevelopmental Disorders. Cerebellum (London, England) vol 15 issue 1 2016 26298473 cerebellar dysfunction is evident in several developmental disorders, including autism, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (adhd), and developmental dyslexia, and damage to the cerebellum early in development can have long-term effects on movement, cognition, and affective regulation. 2016-10-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Peter Mari\\xc3\\xabn, Herman Ackermann, Michael Adamaszek, Caroline H S Barwood, Alan Beaton, John Desmond, Elke De Witte, Angela J Fawcett, Ingo Hertrich, Michael K\\xc3\\xbcper, Maria Leggio, Cherie Marvel, Marco Molinari, Bruce E Murdoch, Roderick I Nicolson, Jeremy D Schmahmann, Catherine J Stoodley, Markus Th\\xc3\\xbcrling, Dagmar Timmann, Ellen Wouters, Wolfram Ziegle. Consensus paper: Language and the cerebellum: an ongoing enigma. Cerebellum (London, England) vol 13 issue 3 2014 24318484 indeed, the wealth of current evidence derived from detailed neuroanatomical investigations, functional neuroimaging studies with healthy subjects and patients and in-depth neuropsychological assessment of patients with cerebellar disorders shows that the cerebellum has a cardinal role to play in affective regulation, cognitive processing, and linguistic function. 2014-12-22 2022-01-12 Not clear
Dajung Kim, Han Byul Cho, Stephen R Dager, Deborah A Yurgelun-Todd, Sujung Yoon, Junghyun H Lee, Sun Hea Lee, Sunho Lee, Perry F Renshaw, In Kyoon Lyo. Posterior cerebellar vermal deficits in bipolar disorder. Journal of affective disorders vol 150 issue 2 2014 23769608 based on growing evidence of the crucial role of the cerebellum in emotional regulation, we sought to identify cerebellar structural deficits in a large sample of patients with bipolar disorder (bd). 2014-05-05 2022-01-12 Not clear
Paul E Rasser, Ulrich Schall, Greg Peck, Martin Cohen, Patrick Johnston, Kathleen Khoo, Vaughan J Carr, Philip B Ward, Paul M Thompso. Cerebellar grey matter deficits in first-episode schizophrenia mapped using cortical pattern matching. NeuroImage vol 53 issue 4 2011 20633666 these cerebellar areas have been implicated in attention control, emotional regulation, social functioning, initiation of smooth pursuit eye movements, eye-blink conditioning, language processing, verbal memory, executive function and the processing of spatial and emotional information. 2011-01-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
Hanne Baillieux, Hyo Jung De Smet, Philippe F Paquier, Peter P De Deyn, Peter Mari\\xc3\\xab. Cerebellar neurocognition: insights into the bottom of the brain. Clinical neurology and neurosurgery vol 110 issue 8 2008 18602745 although extensive research has substantially broadened the insights in the cognitive and affective role of the cerebellum, the precise nature of the cerebellar contribution to cognitive and affective regulation is not yet clear. 2008-11-14 2022-01-12 Not clear
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