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The Marr-Albus theory is the standard model of cerebellar function.

David Marr, for his doctoral dissertation, submitted in 1969, described his model of the function of the cerebellum based mainly on anatomical and physiological data garnered from a book by J.C. Eccles. A similar model was later independently proposed by Albus.


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