All Relations between emotional and gyrus temporalis superior
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|Suzanne M Shdo, Ashlin R K Roy, Samir Datta, Isabel J Sible, Sladjana Lukic, David C Perry, Katherine P Rankin, Joel H Kramer, Howard J Rosen, Bruce L Miller, William W Seeley, Sarah R Holley, Maria L Gorno-Tempini, Virginia E Stur. Enhanced positive emotional reactivity in frontotemporal dementia reflects left-lateralized atrophy in the temporal and frontal lobes. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 154 issue 2022 35930892||voxel-based morphometry analyses revealed that greater positive emotional experience and greater smiling in the patients were both associated with smaller gray matter volume in the left superior temporal gyrus (p||2022-08-05||2022-08-08||Not clear|
|Yuluo Liu, Xiangyu Wang, Shan Gui, Fang Tong, Zilong Liu, Lian Yang, Yiwu Zho. The Common and Different Neural Bases of Distraction and Reinterpretation: A Meta-Analysis of fMRI Studies. Journal of integrative neuroscience vol 21 issue 4 2022 35864759||the macm results showed that distraction and reinterpretation share a common emotion regulation network, including the bilateral dlpfc, the dorsal medial prefrontal cortex, the inferior parietal lobule, the insula, the left (pre) supplementary motor area, the left middle temporal gyrus, and the right superior temporal gyrus.||2022-07-22||2022-07-25||Not clear|
|Yali Wang, Caizhi Liao, Chenyu Shangguan, Wenjing Shang, Wenhai Zhan. Individual differences in emotion differentiation modulate electrocortical dynamics of cognitive reappraisal. Psychophysiology vol 57 issue 12 2021 32970323||source analysis further found that individuals with high positive emotion differentiation exhibited more activations in the middle frontal gyrus (brodmann area [ba] 11), superior temporal gyrus (ba 38), and inferior frontal gurus (ba 47) when they implemented cognitive reappraisal as compared with their counterparts.||2021-10-19||2022-01-13||Not clear|
|Emily S Nichols, Jacob Penner, Kristen A Ford, Michael Wammes, Richard W J Neufeld, Derek G V Mitchell, Steven G Greening, Jean Th\\xc3\\xa9berge, Peter C Williamson, Elizabeth A Osuc. Emotion regulation in emerging adults with major depressive disorder and frequent cannabis use. NeuroImage. Clinical vol 30 issue 2021 33588323||specifically, mdd showed an interaction with emotion regulation in the middle temporal gyrus, whereas cannabis use showed an interaction in the superior temporal gyrus.||2021-07-30||2022-01-13||Not clear|
|Junhai Xu, Haibin Dong, Na Li, Zeyu Wang, Fei Guo, Jianguo Wei, Jianwu Dan. Weighted RSA: An Improved Framework on the Perception of Audio-visual Affective Speech in Left Insula and Superior Temporal Gyrus. Neuroscience vol 469 issue 2021 34119576||it is indicated that the left posterior insula and the left anterior superior temporal gyrus (stg) play important roles in the perception of multimodal speech emotion.||2021-07-27||2022-01-13||Not clear|
|Michele Morningstar, Andy Hung, Connor Grannis, Roberto C French, Whitney I Mattson, Adam P Ostendorf, Satyanarayana Gedela, Dario J Englot, Eric E Nelso. Blunted neural response to emotional faces in the fusiform and superior temporal gyrus may be marker of emotion recognition deficits in pediatric epilepsy. Epilepsy & behavior : E&B vol 112 issue 2021 32919203||blunted neural response to emotional faces in the fusiform and superior temporal gyrus may be marker of emotion recognition deficits in pediatric epilepsy.||2021-04-14||2022-01-13||Not clear|
|Shangfeng Han, Shen Liu, Yetong Gan, Qiang Xu, Pengfei Xu, Yuejia Luo, Lin Zhan. Repeated exposure makes attractive faces more attractive: Neural responses in facial attractiveness judgement. Neuropsychologia vol 139 issue 2021 32001231||source location revealed that with repeated exposure, microstate c activated the supramarginal gyrus and superior temporal gyrus, which are related to attention and emotion processing, respectively.||2021-03-15||2022-01-13||Not clear|
|Rachel L C Mitchell, Agnieszka Jazdzyk, Manuela Stets, Sonja A Kot. Recruitment of Language-, Emotion- and Speech-Timing Associated Brain Regions for Expressing Emotional Prosody: Investigation of Functional Neuroanatomy with fMRI. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 10 issue 2020 27803656||conjunction analysis confirmed that the superior temporal gyrus and basal ganglia were activated regardless of the specific emotion concerned.||2020-10-01||2022-01-13||Not clear|
|Jochem M Jansen, Odile A van den Heuvel, Ysbrand D van der Werf, Stella J de Wit, Dick J Veltman, Wim van den Brink, Anna E Goudriaa. Emotion Processing, Reappraisal, and Craving in Alcohol Dependence: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study. Frontiers in psychiatry vol 10 issue 2020 31057439||however, adps were different from hc in emotion processing: adps revealed a blunted response in the (posterior) insula, precuneus, operculum, and superior temporal gyrus while attending emotional images compared neutral images compared to hcs, and in adps, higher baseline craving levels were associated with a less blunted response to alcohol-related images than in hcs.||2020-09-30||2022-01-13||Not clear|
|Martin Klasen, Clara von Marschall, G\\xc3\\xbcldehen Isman, Mikhail Zvyagintsev, Ruben C Gur, Klaus Mathia. Prosody production networks are modulated by sensory cues and social context. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience vol 13 issue 4 2020 29514331||the right posterior superior temporal gyrus is a central hub for communication in social interactions-in particular for interpersonal evaluation of vocal emotions.||2020-03-06||2022-01-13||Not clear|
|A D Krause-Utz, B M Elzing. [Neural mechanisms of dissociation: implication for borderline personality disorder]. Tijdschrift voor psychiatrie vol 61 issue 4 2019 31017285||however, it is unknown whether these alterations are also affected in bpd.
aim: to provide an overview of the definitions, neurobiological models, and neuroimaging research on dissociation in bpd.
method: review of the literature.
results: during dissociation in bpd, there is evidence for an altered recruitment and interplay of brain regions implicated in the regulation of stress responses and emotions, attention, memory, and self-referential processing (amygdala, anterior cingulate cortex, inferior frontal gyrus, medial prefrontal cortex, superior temporal gyrus, and inferior parietal lobule).
conclusion: dissociation is associated with alterations in brain networks that regulate affect-cognitive processing in bpd.
|Katharina Koch, Sophia Stegmaier, Lena Schwarz, Michael Erb, Maren Reinl, Klaus Scheffler, Dirk Wildgruber, Thomas Ethofe. Neural correlates of processing emotional prosody in unipolar depression. Human brain mapping vol 39 issue 8 2019 29682814||mdd patients exhibited an increased activation of the amygdala during processing prosody irrespective of valence while no significant differences between groups were found for the stg, indicating that altered processing of prosodic emotions in mdd occurs rather within the amygdala than in auditory areas.||2019-05-21||2022-01-13||Not clear|
|Sally A Grace, Susan L Rossell, Markus Heinrichs, Catarina Kordsachia, Izelle Labuschagn. Oxytocin and brain activity in humans: A systematic review and coordinate-based meta-analysis of functional MRI studies. Psychoneuroendocrinology vol 96 issue 2019 29879563||the meta-analysis identified task-related in-oxt increases in activity within a cluster of the left superior temporal gyrus during tasks of emotion processing.||2019-05-03||2022-01-13||Not clear|
|Nizhuan Wang, Huijun Wu, Min Xu, Yang Yang, Chunqi Chang, Weiming Zeng, Hongjie Ya. Occupational functional plasticity revealed by brain entropy: A resting-state fMRI study of seafarers. Human brain mapping vol 39 issue 7 2019 29676512||we conclude that (1) the lower entropy in the cerebellum implies that the seafarers' cerebellum activity had strong regularity and consistency, suggesting that the seafarer's cerebellum was possibly more specialized by the long-term career training; (2) the higher entropy in the ofg and stg possibly demonstrated that the seafarers had a relatively decreased capability for emotion control and auditory information processing.||2019-04-15||2022-01-13||Not clear|
|Maria Pic\\xc3\\xb3-P\\xc3\\xa9rez, Joaquim Radua, Trevor Steward, Jos\\xc3\\xa9 M Mench\\xc3\\xb3n, Carles Soriano-Ma. Emotion regulation in mood and anxiety disorders: A meta-analysis of fMRI cognitive reappraisal studies. Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry vol 79 issue Pt B 2018 28579400||moreover, activations in the left ventrolateral prefrontal cortex and the left superior temporal gyrus were associated with reinterpretation emotion regulation strategies, whereas medial frontal and parietal activations were associated with the deployment of distancing strategies.||2018-05-29||2022-01-13||Not clear|
|Fiona Kumfor, Muireann Irish, John R Hodges, Olivier Pigue. Discrete Neural Correlates for the Recognition of Negative Emotions: Insights from Frontotemporal Dementia. PloS one vol 8 issue 6 2017 23805313||fear recognition was associated with the right amygdala; disgust recognition with the left insula; anger recognition with the left middle and superior temporal gyrus; and sadness recognition with the left subcallosal cingulate, indicating that discrete neural substrates are necessary for emotion recognition in frontotemporal dementia.||2017-10-17||2022-01-12||Not clear|
|Mihai Dricu, Sascha Fr\\xc3\\xbchhol. Perceiving emotional expressions in others: Activation likelihood estimation meta-analyses of explicit evaluation, passive perception and incidental perception of emotions. Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews vol 71 issue 2017 27836460||first, explicitly evaluating the emotions of others recruits brain regions associated with the sensory processing of expressions, such as the inferior occipital gyrus, middle fusiform gyrus and the superior temporal gyrus, and brain regions involved in low-level and high-level mindreading, namely the posterior superior temporal sulcus, the inferior frontal cortex and dorsomedial frontal cortex.||2017-10-17||2022-01-13||Not clear|
|Gongying Li, Xiaoyan Ma, Haiman Bian, Xinhai Sun, Ning Zhai, Mengyuan Yao, Hongru Qu, Shengzhang Ji, Hongjun Tian, Chuanjun Zhu. A pilot fMRI study of the effect of stressful factors on the onset of depression in female patients. Brain imaging and behavior vol 10 issue 1 2016 25864196||upon stimulation with negative emotional pictures, depressed patients who had experienced sles showed significantly increased activation of the bilateral superior temporal gyrus, left middle temporal gyrus, left middle occipital gyrus, left medial frontal gyrus, right inferior frontal gyrus, bilateral precentral gyrus, bilateral postcentral gyrus, bilateral middle frontal gyrus, right precuneus, left paracentral lobule, bilateral thalamus, bilateral hippocampus, and left cerebellum when compared with depressed patients who did not experience sles.the brain regions that showed increased activation in depressed patients who experienced sles were primarily located in the neural circuits of the emotion processing system; this result likely indicates that these patients may have an increased negative cognitive bias in the perception, experience, and memory of negative emotional events, as well as their response to those events.||2016-12-13||2022-01-12||Not clear|
|Rajesh K Kana, Michelle A Patriquin, Briley S Black, Marie M Channell, Bruno Wicke. Altered Medial Frontal and Superior Temporal Response to Implicit Processing of Emotions in Autism. Autism research : official journal of the International Society for Autism Research vol 9 issue 1 2016 25962831||results indicated: (1) significantly reduced levels of brain activation in participants with asd in medial prefrontal cortex (mpfc) and superior temporal gyrus (stg) during implicit emotion processing; (2) significantly weaker functional connectivity in the asd group in connections of the mpfc with the amygdala, temporal lobe, parietal lobe, and fusiform gyrus; (3) no group difference in performance accuracy or reaction time; and (4) significant positive relationship between empathizing ability and stg activity in asd but not in typically developing participants.||2016-10-31||2022-01-12||Not clear|
|Lisa A Pan, Lisa Ramos, AnnaMaria Segreti, David A Brent, Mary L Phillip. Right superior temporal gyrus volume in adolescents with a history of suicide attempt. The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science vol 206 issue 4 2015 25497300||the first group compared with controls showed reduction in grey-matter volume in the right superior temporal gyrus (ba38), a region important for social emotion processing.||2015-12-14||2022-01-12||Not clear|