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The cerebellum helps coordinate your most intricate movements.
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Taylor Joel Woodward, a post-baccalaureate research assistant at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
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Looking for a quick and engaging way to start a classroom conversation on how the brain learns?
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Learning how to ride a bike takes time and practice — and an area of the brain called the cerebellum.
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This webpage explains how the simple act of touching your nose isn't so simple at all! It goes through all the steps in the brain from the want to touch your nose to the contraction of your muscles to touch the nose.
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A rare disorder that affects young children goes under the microscope in a search for the cure.
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Neuroscientists have long understood that the cerebellum is important for controlling bodily movements, by making them more fluid and coordinated, but researchers have also long appreciated that cerebellum does much more.
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Learn about the developing brain and how your brain changes throughout your lifetime with this comprehensive website.
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The brain contains complex patterns invisible to the naked eye.
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3D reconstructions reveal the detailed anatomy of three types of neurons in a mouse's cerebellum, an area of the brain that helps control movement.
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