All Relations between decision making and brodmann area 21

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Ying Du, Lingxiao He, Yiyan Wang, Dengbin Lia. The Neural Mechanism of Long-Term Motor Training Affecting Athletes' Decision-Making Function: An Activation Likelihood Estimation Meta-Analysis. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 16 issue 2022 35517985 the ale meta-analysis showed that more brain regions were activated for novices including the bilateral occipital lobe, left posterior cerebellar lobe, and left middle temporal gyrus (mtg) in decision-making tasks compared to motor experts. 2022-05-06 2022-05-07 Not clear
Catherine M Mewborn, Cutter A Lindbergh, Talia L Robinson, Marissa A Gogniat, Douglas P Terry, Kharine R Jean, Billy Randy Hammond, Lisa M Renzi-Hammond, Lloyd Stephen Mille. Lutein and Zeaxanthin Are Positively Associated with Visual-Spatial Functioning in Older Adults: An fMRI Study. Nutrients vol 10 issue 4 2018 29642425 the results demonstrated that individuals with higher concentrations of l and z showed a decreased blood-oxygen-level dependent (bold) signal during task performance (i.e., "neural efficiency") in key areas associated with visual-spatial perception, processing, decision-making, and motor coordination, including the lateral occipital cortex, occipital pole, superior and middle temporal gyri, superior parietal lobule, superior and middle frontal gyri, and pre- and post-central gyri. 2018-09-17 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jacob L Yates, Il Memming Park, Leor N Katz, Jonathan W Pillow, Alexander C Hu. Functional dissection of signal and noise in MT and LIP during decision-making. Nature neuroscience vol 20 issue 9 2017 28758998 during perceptual decision-making, responses in the middle temporal (mt) and lateral intraparietal (lip) areas appear to map onto theoretically defined quantities, with mt representing instantaneous motion evidence and lip reflecting the accumulated evidence. 2017-09-15 2022-01-14 Not clear
Thomas H B FitzGerald, Rosalyn J Moran, Karl J Friston, Raymond J Dola. Precision and neuronal dynamics in the human posterior parietal cortex during evidence accumulation. NeuroImage vol 107 issue 2015 25512038 using dynamic causal modelling of magnetoencephalographic (meg) evoked responses, recorded during a simple perceptual decision-making task, we recover ramping-activity from an anatomically and functionally plausible network of regions, including early visual cortex, the middle temporal area (mt) and ppc. 2015-12-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
Caroline E Robertson, Cibu Thomas, Dwight J Kravitz, Gregory L Wallace, Simon Baron-Cohen, Alex Martin, Chris I Bake. Global motion perception deficits in autism are reflected as early as primary visual cortex. Brain : a journal of neurology vol 137 issue Pt 9 2014 25060095 to assess the neural correlates of these effects we focused on the responses of primary visual cortex and the middle temporal area, critical in the early visual processing of motion signals, as well as a region in the intraparietal sulcus thought to be involved in perceptual decision-making. 2014-11-06 2022-01-12 Not clear
Shen Tu, Hong Li, Jerwen Jou, Qinglin Zhang, Ting Wang, Caiyun Yu, Jiang Qi. An event-related potential study of deception to self preferences. Brain research vol 1247 issue 2009 18952072 analyses using dipole locations indicated that: (1) the generators of n400-700 were localized in the medial frontal gyrus (gfm) and middle temporal gyrus (gtm), which might be involved in conflict detection and control during deceptive decision-making; and (2) the generators of p1000-2000 were localized near the cuneus (cu) and the cingulate gyrus, which might be involved in conflict coordination in working memory due to deception. 2009-02-19 2022-01-12 Not clear
Scott C Matthews, Alan N Simmons, Scott D Lane, Martin P Paulu. Selective activation of the nucleus accumbens during risk-taking decision making. Neuroreport vol 15 issue 13 2005 15486494 partially supporting the initial hypotheses, deliberation prior to selection of safe relative to risky responses generated greater activation in the inferior frontal cortex, superior temporal gyrus, and middle temporal gyrus; and deliberation prior to selection of risky relative to safe responses generated greater activation in medial frontal cortex, occipital cortex, nucleus accumbens and caudate. 2005-01-13 2022-01-12 Not clear
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