The cerebellum may do a lot more than just coordinate movement

Connections from the ‘little brain’ are linked to social behavior, a study in mice finds

brain illustration

NOT SO SIMPLE  New studies are turning up more jobs for the cerebellum, a brain structure thought to be involved only in movement and coordination (shown in red in this illustration).

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