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CEREBEMO-1 Project: Published data

The CEREBEMO project aims at better understanding the cerebellum’s functional specialization and integration in human affective processes but also to investigate, more generally, the basal ganglia-cerebellar network during sensorimotor, cognitive and emotional processes underpinning the habit formation. The project was realized at the University of Geneva in collaboration with the Neurology Unit of the Geneva University Hospitals. The project was funded by the Swiss National Foundation ("Cerebellar contribution to human emotion: insights from stroke and neuroimaging" - Grant N°: 105314_182221). How to cite: - If you are using the CEREBEMO-1 dataset, please cite: Thomasson, M., Ceravolo, L., Corradi-Dell’Acqua, C., Mantelli, A., Saj, A., Assal, A., Grandjean, D., & Péron, J. (2023). Dysfunctional cerebello-cerebral network associated with vocal emotion recognition impairments. Cerebral Cortex Communications, 4(1), tgad002.

    Organizational unit
    Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology Laboratory
    Type
    Dataset
    DOI
    10.26037/yareta:kesxpkdavbeu7npnugbrppsv2m
    License
    Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
    Keywords
    Cerebellum, Vocal emotion, Basal ganglia, Stroke, Connectivity
Publication date02/08/2023
Retention date15/08/2033
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Contributors
  • Constantin, Medeleine-Ioana
  • Peron, Julie Anne
  • Cionca, Alexandre
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