Consensus paper: Current views on the role of cerebellar interpositus nucleus in movement control and emotion

Vincenzo Perciavalle, Richard Apps, Vlastislav Bracha, José M. Delgado-García, Alan R. Gibson, Maria Leggio, Andrew J. Carrel, Nadia Cerminara, Marinella Coco, Agnès Gruart, Raudel Sánchez-Campusano

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Abstract

In the present paper, we examine the role of the cerebellar interpositus nucleus (IN) in motor and non-motor domains. Recent findings are considered, and we share the following conclusions: IN as part of the olivo-corticonuclear microcircuit is involved in providing powerful timing signals important in coordinating limb movements; IN could participate in the timing and performance of ongoing conditioned responses rather than the generation and/or initiation of such responses; IN is involved in the control of reflexive and voluntary movements in a task- and effector system-dependent fashion, including hand movements and associated upper limb adjustments, for quick effective actions; IN develops internal models for dynamic interactions of the motor system with the external environment for anticipatory control of movement; and IN plays a significant role in the modulation of autonomic and emotional functions.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)738-757
Number of pages20
JournalCerebellum
Volume12
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2013

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Keywords

  • Cerebellum
  • Classical conditioning
  • Emotions
  • Interpositus nucleus
  • Motor control

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Neurology
  • Clinical Neurology

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Perciavalle, V., Apps, R., Bracha, V., Delgado-García, J. M., Gibson, A. R., Leggio, M., ... Sánchez-Campusano, R. (2013). Consensus paper: Current views on the role of cerebellar interpositus nucleus in movement control and emotion. Cerebellum, 12(5), 738-757. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12311-013-0464-0

Consensus paper : Current views on the role of cerebellar interpositus nucleus in movement control and emotion. / Perciavalle, Vincenzo; Apps, Richard; Bracha, Vlastislav; Delgado-García, José M.; Gibson, Alan R.; Leggio, Maria; Carrel, Andrew J.; Cerminara, Nadia; Coco, Marinella; Gruart, Agnès; Sánchez-Campusano, Raudel.

In: Cerebellum, Vol. 12, No. 5, 10.2013, p. 738-757.

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Perciavalle, V, Apps, R, Bracha, V, Delgado-García, JM, Gibson, AR, Leggio, M, Carrel, AJ, Cerminara, N, Coco, M, Gruart, A & Sánchez-Campusano, R 2013, 'Consensus paper: Current views on the role of cerebellar interpositus nucleus in movement control and emotion', Cerebellum, vol. 12, no. 5, pp. 738-757. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12311-013-0464-0
Perciavalle, Vincenzo ; Apps, Richard ; Bracha, Vlastislav ; Delgado-García, José M. ; Gibson, Alan R. ; Leggio, Maria ; Carrel, Andrew J. ; Cerminara, Nadia ; Coco, Marinella ; Gruart, Agnès ; Sánchez-Campusano, Raudel. / Consensus paper : Current views on the role of cerebellar interpositus nucleus in movement control and emotion. In: Cerebellum. 2013 ; Vol. 12, No. 5. pp. 738-757.
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