The role of the cerebellum in movement and thought
Our research focuses on how people produce coordinated movement and coordinated thought, and how these abilities may be impacted by cerebellar degeneration.
Link to Enroll: https://tinyurl.com/53ycmrcu
About the Study
Eligible Ataxia Types
Spinocerebellar Ataxia (any subtype) and/or Cerebellar Degeneration of Unknown Origin
Type of Study
Clinical Trial Phase
Study Start Date
Estimated Completion Date
IRB Approval #
University of California IRB:
What does participation in the study entail?
The study will be conducted online, meaning that it is from your home computer. The experiment will take between 40 minutes to 60 minutes. Participants can complete the experiment whenever it is most convenient for them.
What are the potential benefits for participants?
Participants will be financially compensated for their time at a $20/hour rate.
What are the potential risks for participants?
There are no risks for participants.
Is there financial compensation?
Yes. $20 per hour, for 1-2 hours.
Is there travel reimbursement?
No. Not applicable.
Who is eligible?
Adults with a clinical diagnosis of cerebellar ataxia and/or cerebellar degeneration (due to SCA or unknown origin) are eligible. In addition, we are also actively recruiting age-matched control participants without cerebellar impairment.
Additional Information or Resources
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