frontocerebellar

frontocerebellar

adjective Referring to neural fibres and connections that course from the frontal lobe to the cerebellum via the pons.
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The frontocerebellar system, which contributes to verbal and spatial working memory, smooth and speeded motor function, and postural stability.
A useful neuropsychological model to explain some of the results is based on the observation that alcoholism has a frontocerebellar substrate of dysfunction, whereas HIV infection has a frontostriatal substrate of dysfunction.
Frontocerebellar pathways have recently been implicated in myriad executive functions, including sustained attention tasks (Schmahmann & Sherman 1998).
Increased frontocerebellar activation in alcoholics during verbal working memory: An fMRI study.
1997), and the theory that frontocerebellar degradation contributes to the cognitive sequelae of alcoholism warrants further investigation (Fitzpatrick et al.