Shan <s_bentz at hamlet.uncg.edu> writes:
> I recently read [somewhere] that the cerebellum perhaps plays a
> more integral role in language and "higher" cognitive functions
> than it has traditionally been given credit for <ooops, prep. at
> end of sentence...> Has anyone got any ideas or info on this?
The latest edition of Neuron (Jan or Feb 1996, not sure which)
contains a short "meta-analysis"-type literature review on the role of
the cerebellum in cognition, by Julie Fiez. I remain agnostic, but
the quantity of literature about this has certainly been increasing.