What is the significance of the cerebellum in humans?

The main functions of the cerebellum are as follows: 1) regulation of the body posture and maintenance of muscle tone; 2) coordination of slow voluntary movements with the pose of the whole body; 3) ensuring the accuracy of fast arbitrary movements.

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