Research linking Dyspraxia to the cerebellum

Cerebellar involvement in clumsiness and other developmental disorders (Ivry RB – Department of Psychology, University of California, USA).

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Clumsiness and disturbed cerebellar development: insights from animal experiments (Gramsbergen A. Medical Physiology, A. Deusinglaan 1, 9713AV Groningen, The Netherlands).

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The association of abnormal cerebellar function in children with developmental coordination disorder and reading difficulties (O’Hare A, Khalid S – Reproductive and Developmental Sciences, Child Life and Health, Community Child Health, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, UK).

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Developmental coordination disorder: exploration of a cerebellar hypothesis (Cantin N, Polatajko HJ, Thach WT, Jaglal S – Department of Rehabilitation Science, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada).

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Postural control in children with developmental coordination disorder (Geuze RH – Developmental & Clinical Neuropsychology, University of Groningen, The Netherlands).

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Prisms throw light on developmental disorders (Brookes RL, Nicolson RI, Fawcett AJ – Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield, UK).

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Role of the cerebellum in movements: control of timing or movement transitions? (Spencer RM, Ivry RB, Zelaznik HN – Department of Psychology, University of California at Berkeley, USA).

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Do ‘clumsy’ children have visual deficits

(Sigmundsson H, Hansen PC, Talcott JB – Research Group for Child Development, Department of Sport Sciences, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway).

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Timing and motor control in clumsy children (Williams HG, Woollacott MH, Ivry R – Motor Development/Motor Control Laboratory, University of South Carolina, USA).

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Motor learning in patients with cerebellar dysfunction (Sanes JN, Dimitrov B, Hallett M. Human Motor Control Section, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland 20892.

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Reappraising the cerebellum: what does the hindbrain contribute to the forebrain? (Leiner HC, Leiner AL, Dow RS. Robert S – Dow Neurological Sciences Institute, Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center, Portland, Oregon).

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