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Haichao Zhao, Ofir Turel, Antoine Bechara, Qinghua H. How distinct functional insular subdivisions mediate interacting neurocognitive systems. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol issue 2022 35511695 recent neurocognitive models propose that the insula serves as a hub of interoceptive awareness system, modulating 2 interplaying neurocognitive systems: the posterior insula (pi) receives and integrates various interoceptive signals; these signals are then transmitted to the anterior insula for processing higher-order representations into awareness, where the dorsal anterior insula (dai) modulates the prefrontal self-control system and the ventral anterior insula (vai) modulates the amygdala (amg)-striatal reward-seeking circuit. 2022-05-05 2022-05-07 Not clear
Qingqing Li, Guangcan Xiang, Shiqing Song, Yuhua Li, Xiaoli Du, Xinyuan Liu, Hong Che. Sex difference in neural substrates underlying the association between trait self-control and overeating in the COVID-19 pandemic. Neuropsychologia vol 163 issue 2021 34742746 whole-brain regression analyses (n\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa0538) revealed that higher trait self-control was associated with higher alff in the right dorsolateral and ventrolateral prefrontal cortex (dlpfc, vlpfc) and the left anterior insula, and lower alff in the left fusiform gyrus and precuneus. 2021-12-08 2022-01-13 Not clear
Sylvain Iceta, Mahsa Dadar, Justine Daoust, Anais Scovronec, Vicky Leblanc, Melissa Pelletier, Laurent Biertho, Andr\\xc3\\xa9 Tchernof, Catherine B\\xc3\\xa9gin, Andreanne Michau. Association between Visceral Adiposity Index, Binge Eating Behavior, and Grey Matter Density in Caudal Anterior Cingulate Cortex in Severe Obesity. Brain sciences vol 11 issue 9 2021 34573180 in 20 men and 59 women with severe obesity, grey matter density was measured by voxel-based morphometry for six regions of interest associated with reward, emotion, or self-regulation: insula, orbitofrontal cortex, caudal and rostral anterior cingulate cortex (acc), ventromedial prefrontal cortex (vmpfc), and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (dlpfc). 2021-10-01 2022-01-13 Not clear
Henrik Walter, Anne Kausch, Lena Dorfschmidt, Lea Waller, Narges Chinichian, Ilya Veer, Kevin Hilbert, Ulrike L\\xc3\\xbcken, Martin P Paulus, Thomas Goschke, Johann D Kruschwit. Self-control and interoception: Linking the neural substrates of craving regulation and the prediction of aversive interoceptive states induced by inspiratory breathing restriction. NeuroImage vol 215 issue 2021 32283274 moreover, during the self-control task, levels of interoceptive prediction were associated with connectivity in a spatially distributed network including among other areas the insula and regions of cognitive control, while during the interoceptive prediction task, levels of self-control were associated with connectivity in a spatially distributed network including among other regions the insula and presma. 2021-02-19 2022-01-13 Not clear
Taekwan Kim, Ji-Won Hur, Seoyeon Kwak, Dayk Jang, Sang-Hun Lee, Jun Soo Kwo. Intrinsic functional connectivity of blue and red brains: neurobiological evidence of different stress resilience between political attitudes. Scientific reports vol 10 issue 1 2020 32985590 stronger intrinsic connectivities between the orbitofrontal cortex (ofc) and precuneus and between the insula and frontal pole/ofc in conservatives were correlated with greater resilience and self-regulation capacity. 2020-12-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Miroslaw Wyczesany, Agnieszka K Adamczyk, Tomasz S Ligeza, Anna Bere\\xc5\\x9b, Artur Marchewk. Implicit induction of emotional control-A comparative fMRI investigation of self-control and reappraisal goal pursuit. Emotion (Washington, D.C.) vol issue 2020 32940487 moreover, after induction of the self-control goal we observed increased activity in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (dlpfc) and the right insula, which are involved in top-down modulation of emotional responses. 2020-09-17 2022-01-13 Not clear
Theodore P Beauchaine, Colin L Sauder, Christina M Derbidge, Lauren L Uyej. Self-injuring adolescent girls exhibit insular cortex volumetric abnormalities that are similar to those seen in adults with borderline personality disorder. Development and psychopathology vol 31 issue 4 2020 30394252 whole-brain analyses revealed reduced gray matter volumes among self-injurers in the insular cortex bilaterally, and in the right inferior frontal gyrus, an adjacent neural structure also implicated in emotion and self-regulation. 2020-02-06 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jung Eun Han, Nadia Boachie, Isabel Garcia-Garcia, Andr\\xc3\\xa9anne Michaud, Alain Daghe. Neural correlates of dietary self-control in healthy adults: A meta-analysis of functional brain imaging studies. Physiology & behavior vol 192 issue 2019 29496487 core brain regions related to dietary self-control included the anterior insula, inferior and middle frontal gyrus, supplementary motor cortex and parietal cortices. 2019-04-22 2022-01-13 Not clear
Emma J Lawrence, Li Su, Gareth J Barker, Nick Medford, Jeffrey Dalton, Steve C R Williams, Niels Birbaumer, Ralf Veit, Sitaram Ranganatha, Jerzy Bodurka, Michael Brammer, Vincent Giampietro, Anthony S Davi. Self-regulation of the anterior insula: Reinforcement learning using real-time fMRI neurofeedback. NeuroImage vol 88 issue 2018 24231399 self-regulation of the anterior insula: reinforcement learning using real-time fmri neurofeedback. 2018-01-19 2022-01-12 Not clear
Olivia Petit, Dwight Merunka, Jean-Luc Anton, Bruno Nazarian, Charles Spence, Adrian David Cheok, Denis Raccah, Olivier Oullie. Health and Pleasure in Consumers' Dietary Food Choices: Individual Differences in the Brain's Value System. PloS one vol 11 issue 7 2017 27428267 under such conditions, bmi is positively correlated with both the neural responses to healthy food choices in those brain areas associated with gustation (insula), reward value (orbitofrontal cortex), and self-control (inferior frontal gyrus), and with the percent of healthy food choices. 2017-07-26 2022-01-12 Not clear
Kirsten Emmert, Rotem Kopel, James Sulzer, Annette B Br\\xc3\\xbchl, Brian D Berman, David E J Linden, Silvina G Horovitz, Markus Breimhorst, Andrea Caria, Sabine Frank, Stephen Johnston, Zhiying Long, Christian Paret, Fabien Robineau, Ralf Veit, Andreas Bartsch, Christian F Beckmann, Dimitri Van De Ville, Sven Halle. Meta-analysis of real-time fMRI neurofeedback studies using individual participant data: How is brain regulation mediated? NeuroImage vol 124 issue Pt A 2016 26419389 in conclusion, we demonstrate that several key regions, such as the anterior insula and the basal ganglia, are consistently activated during self-regulation in real-time fmri neurofeedback independent of the targeted region-of-interest. 2016-09-06 2022-01-12 Not clear
J A Eccles, S N Garfinkel, N A Harrison, J Ward, R E Taylor, A P Bewley, H D Critchle. Sensations of skin infestation linked to abnormal frontolimbic brain reactivity and differences in self-representation. Neuropsychologia vol 77 issue 2016 26260311 together, these findings highlight a potential model for the maintenance of abnormal skin sensations, encompassing heightened threat processing within amygdala, increased salience of skin representations within insula and compromised prefrontal capacity for self-regulation and appraisal. 2016-08-03 2022-02-06 Not clear
J A Eccles, S N Garfinkel, N A Harrison, J Ward, R E Taylor, A P Bewley, H D Critchle. Sensations of skin infestation linked to abnormal frontolimbic brain reactivity and differences in self-representation. Neuropsychologia vol 77 issue 2016 26260311 together, these findings highlight a potential model for the maintenance of abnormal skin sensations, encompassing heightened threat processing within amygdala, increased salience of skin representations within insula and compromised prefrontal capacity for self-regulation and appraisal. 2016-08-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
Korhan Buyukturkoglu, Hans Roettgers, Jens Sommer, Mohit Rana, Leonie Dietzsch, Ezgi Belkis Arikan, Ralf Veit, Rahim Malekshahi, Tilo Kircher, Niels Birbaumer, Ranganatha Sitaram, Sergio Rui. Self-Regulation of Anterior Insula with Real-Time fMRI and Its Behavioral Effects in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Feasibility Study. PloS one vol 10 issue 8 2016 26301829 self-regulation of anterior insula with real-time fmri and its behavioral effects in obsessive-compulsive disorder: a feasibility study. 2016-05-17 2022-01-12 Not clear
Franziska Dambacher, Alexander T Sack, Jill Lobbestael, Arnoud Arntz, Suzanne Brugman, Teresa Schuhman. Out of control: evidence for anterior insula involvement in motor impulsivity and reactive aggression. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience vol 10 issue 4 2016 24837479 this evidence regarding an overarching role of the anterior insula across different modalities of self-control enables an integrative perspective on insula function and a better integration of cognitive, social and emotional factors into a comprehensive model of impulsivity. 2016-05-13 2022-01-12 Not clear
Korhan Buyukturkoglu, Hans Roettgers, Jens Sommer, Mohit Rana, Leonie Dietzsch, Ezgi Belkis Arikan, Ralf Veit, Rahim Malekshahi, Tilo Kircher, Niels Birbaumer, Ranganatha Sitaram, Sergio Rui. Correction: Self-Regulation of Anterior Insula with Real-Time fMRI and Its Behavioral Effects in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Feasibility Study. PloS one vol 10 issue 12 2016 26673608 correction: self-regulation of anterior insula with real-time fmri and its behavioral effects in obsessive-compulsive disorder: a feasibility study. 2016-04-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
S Friedel, S L Whittle, N Vijayakumar, J G Simmons, M L Byrne, O S Schwartz, N B Alle. Dispositional mindfulness is predicted by structural development of the insula during late adolescence. Developmental cognitive neuroscience vol 14 issue 2016 26209810 the involvement of insula development in mindfulness is consistent with a direct role for this structure in managing self-regulation, and in doing so concords with recent models of self-referential interoceptive awareness. 2016-03-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
Ashley R Smith, Laurence Steinberg, Jason Chei. The role of the anterior insula in adolescent decision making. Developmental neuroscience vol 36 issue 3-4 2015 24853135 while this work has largely focused on the development of prefrontal (self-regulation) and striatal (reward processing) circuitry, the present article explores the significance of a different region, the anterior insular cortex (aic), in adolescent decision making. 2015-04-17 2022-01-12 Not clear
Qinghua He, Lin Xiao, Gui Xue, Savio Wong, Susan L Ames, Susan M Schembre, Antoine Bechar. Poor ability to resist tempting calorie rich food is linked to altered balance between neural systems involved in urge and self-control. Nutrition journal vol 13 issue 2015 25228353 the loss of self-control or inability to resist tempting/rewarding foods, and the development of less healthful eating habits may be explained by three key neural systems: (1) a hyper-functioning striatum system driven by external rewarding cues; (2) a hypo-functioning decision-making and impulse control system; and (3) an altered insula system involved in the translation of homeostatic and interoceptive signals into self-awareness and what may be subjectively experienced as a feeling. 2015-03-30 2022-01-12 Not clear
Yi-Yuan Tang, Qilin Lu, Hongbo Feng, Rongxiang Tang, Michael I Posne. Short-term meditation increases blood flow in anterior cingulate cortex and insula. Frontiers in psychology vol 6 issue 2015 25767459 the results showed that both ibmt and relaxation training increased left laterality of cbf, but only ibmt improved cbf in left acc and insula, critical brain areas in self-regulation. 2015-03-13 2022-01-12 Not clear
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