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Wonjae Choi and Seungwon Lee

decisions such as changes in paddling direction and bimanual coordinated movement based on the situation. Neural processing through the cerebellum and basal ganglia is required to coordinate and perform the desired movements, and integration in the association area of the brain is required for changing the

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David I. Anderson

relation found between IQ and the volume of the cerebellum and caudate, two subcortical brain structures once thought to be exclusively involved in motor functions. The volume of the putamen, another subcortical structure once thought to be exclusively involved in motor function, was also significantly and

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acquired from the NIH Study of Normal Brain Development will be presented. This large, mixed-longitudinal dataset consists of neuroimaging, clinical, behavioral, and demographic variables from a representative sample of individuals between the ages of 4–21 years. Structural MRI of the cerebellum, physical