All Relations between domain-generality and area temporalis superior

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Fiorella Del Popolo Cristaldi, Giulia Buodo, Gian Marco Duma, Michela Sarlo, Giovanni Ment. Unbalanced functional connectivity at rest affects the ERP correlates of affective prediction in high intolerance of uncertainty individuals: A high density EEG investigation. International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology vol issue 2022 35709946 higher iu levels were associated to altered rs-fc patterns within both domain-specific (i.e., right superior temporal sulcus) and domain-general regions (i.e., right orbitofrontal cortex), predictive of a reduced modulation of in-task erps in the generation and updating stages. 2022-06-16 2022-06-20 Not clear
Beau Sievers, Carolyn Parkinson, Peter J Kohler, James M Hughes, Sergey V Fogelson, Thalia Wheatle. Visual and auditory brain areas share a representational structure that supports emotion perception. Current biology : CB vol 31 issue 23 2021 34644547 the posterior superior temporal cortex represented both music and movement using this same structure, suggesting supramodal abstraction of sensory content. 2021-12-08 2022-01-13 Not clear
Anita Tusche, Anne B\\xc3\\xb6ckler, Philipp Kanske, Fynn-Mathis Trautwein, Tania Singe. Decoding the Charitable Brain: Empathy, Perspective Taking, and Attention Shifts Differentially Predict Altruistic Giving. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 36 issue 17 2017 27122031 finally, using independent attention task data, we identified shared neural codes for attentional reorienting and generous donations in the posterior superior temporal sulcus, suggesting that domain-general attention shifts also contribute to generous behavior (but not in tpj or ai). 2017-06-19 2022-01-12 Not clear
Yukai Chi, Zhenzhu Yue, Yupin Liu, Lei Mo, Qi Che. Dissociable identity- and modality-specific neural representations as revealed by cross-modal nonspatial inhibition of return. Human brain mapping vol 35 issue 8 2015 24453184 our results suggested that bilateral lateral occipital cortex was involved in creating a new supramodal semantic representation irrespective of the input modality, left dorsal premotor cortex, and left intraparietal sulcus were involved in creating a new modality-specific representation irrespective of its semantic identity, and bilateral superior temporal sulcus was involved in creating a representation when the identity and modality properties were both cued or both uncued. 2015-02-27 2022-01-12 Not clear
Fr\\xc3\\xa9d\\xc3\\xa9ric Joassin, Pierre Maurage, Salvatore Campanell. The neural network sustaining the crossmodal processing of human gender from faces and voices: an fMRI study. NeuroImage vol 54 issue 2 2011 20832486 the subtraction between the bimodal condition and the sum of the unimodal ones showed that categorizing face/voice associations according to their gender produced unimodal activations of the visual (right calcarine sulcus) and auditory regions (bilateral superior temporal gyri), and specific supramodal activations of the left superior parietal gyrus and the right inferior frontal gyrus. 2011-04-05 2022-01-12 Not clear
Madison M Berl, Elizabeth S Duke, Jessica Mayo, Lisa R Rosenberger, Erin N Moore, John VanMeter, Nan Bernstein Ratner, Chandan J Vaidya, William Davis Gaillar. Functional anatomy of listening and reading comprehension during development. Brain and language vol 114 issue 2 2010 20656105 areas of supramodal language processing are identified, with the most robust region being left-lateralized activation along the superior temporal sulcus. 2010-11-04 2022-01-12 Not clear
Robert Lindenberg, Lukas Schee. Supramodal language comprehension: role of the left temporal lobe for listening and reading. Neuropsychologia vol 45 issue 10 2007 17451759 we conclude that the core structure representing supramodal language comprehension is the left temporal lobe at both banks of the superior temporal sulcus. 2007-07-24 2022-01-12 Not clear
S K\\xc3\\xb6hler, M Moscovitch, G Winocur, S Houle, A R McIntos. Networks of domain-specific and general regions involved in episodic memory for spatial location and object identity. Neuropsychologia vol 36 issue 2 1998 9539233 domain-general structures included bilateral superior temporal cortex regions, which were preferentially activated during encoding, and portions of bilateral middle and inferior frontal gyri, which were preferentially activated during retrieval. 1998-05-21 2022-01-10 Not clear