The role of the cerebellum in executive functioning : a study of pediatric cancers and brain tumors

Ashlee Beth Mitchell Von Buttlar
Research is increasingly clear that the cerebellum serves as a major processing center in the brain for many complex functional pathways. This has led to an increasing need to understand the impact of cerebellar damage on neurocognitive functioning, including through the study of patients with posterior fossa tumors. Treatments for these tumors such as chemotherapy and cranial radiation are known to produce long-term deficits in a variety of neurocognitive domains, including executive functioning. Although it...
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