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Mounting Evidence Implicates Cerebellum In Autism

“There’s an emerging body of data that the cerebellum is important for a lot more than regulating your motor movements,” says William Dobyns, professor of genetic medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle, who cares for children with malformations of the cerebellum. “It regulates your emotions as well — your affective state — and your attention.”


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Mounting Evidence Implicates Cerebellum In Autism


  • From: Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative
  • Published: January 6, 2014
  • Found In: Research