All Relations between semantics and area 39 of brodmann-1909

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Hironori Nakatani, Yuko Nakamura, Kazuo Okanoy. Respective Involvement of the Right Cerebellar Crus I and II in Syntactic and Semantic Processing for Comprehension of Language. Cerebellum (London, England) vol issue 2022 35927417 the semantic level-dependent activity was found in the right crus-ii as well as in the left anterior temporal lobe and the left angular gyrus (p\xe2\x80\x89<\xe2\x80\x890.05, voxel-based svc). 2022-08-04 2022-08-08 Not clear
Jihyun Yang, Katie L McMahon, David A Copland, Dana Pourzinal, Gerard J Byrne, Anthony J Angwin, John D O'Sullivan, Nadeeka N Dissanayak. Semantic fluency deficits and associated brain activity in Parkinson's disease with mild cognitive impairment. Brain imaging and behavior vol issue 2022 35841523 pd-mci patients showed greater activity in the right angular gyrus than pd-nc and non-pd patients during semantic switching. 2022-07-16 2022-07-19 Not clear
Jihyun Yang, Katie L McMahon, David A Copland, Dana Pourzinal, Gerard J Byrne, Anthony J Angwin, John D O'Sullivan, Nadeeka N Dissanayak. Semantic fluency deficits and associated brain activity in Parkinson's disease with mild cognitive impairment. Brain imaging and behavior vol issue 2022 35841523 increased right angular gyrus activity in participants with pd-mci during semantic switching suggests early compensatory mechanisms, predicting the risk of future dementia in pd. 2022-07-16 2022-07-19 Not clear
Philipp Kuhnke, Curtiss A Chapman, Vincent K M Cheung, Sabrina Turker, Astrid Graessner, Sandra Martin, Kathleen A Williams, Gesa Hartwigse. The role of the angular gyrus in semantic cognition: a synthesis of five functional neuroimaging studies. Brain structure & function vol issue 2022 35476027 the role of the angular gyrus in semantic cognition: a synthesis of five functional neuroimaging studies. 2022-04-27 2022-04-30 Not clear
Philipp Kuhnke, Curtiss A Chapman, Vincent K M Cheung, Sabrina Turker, Astrid Graessner, Sandra Martin, Kathleen A Williams, Gesa Hartwigse. The role of the angular gyrus in semantic cognition: a synthesis of five functional neuroimaging studies. Brain structure & function vol issue 2022 35476027 the angular gyrus (ag) is widely considered a key brain region for semantic cognition. 2022-04-27 2022-04-30 Not clear
B Berm\\xc3\\xbadez-Margaretto, F Gallo, N Novitskiy, A Myachykov, A Petrova, Y Shtyro. Ultra-rapid and automatic interplay between L1 and L2 semantics in late bilinguals: EEG evidence. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 151 issue 2022 35413597 importantly, neural source reconstruction showed activations within a left-hemispheric network comprising the middle and superior temporal cortex and the angular gyrus as the most likely neural substrate of this early semantic effect. 2022-04-12 2022-04-14 Not clear
Guangyao Zhang, Jinyi Hung, Nan Li. Coexistence of the social semantic effect and non-semantic effect in the default mode network. Brain structure & function vol issue 2022 35394555 four different views have been proposed: (1) the general semantic view holds that the dmn contains several hub regions supporting general semantic processes; (2) the non-semantic view holds that the semantic effects observed in the dmn (especially the ventral angular gyrus) are confounded by difficulty and do not reflect semantic processing per se; (3) the multifunction view holds that the same areas in the dmn can support both semantic and non-semantic functions; and (4) the multisystem view holds that the dmn contains multiple subnetworks supporting different aspects of semantic processes separately. 2022-04-08 2022-04-14 Not clear
Guangyao Zhang, Jinyi Hung, Nan Li. Coexistence of the social semantic effect and non-semantic effect in the default mode network. Brain structure & function vol issue 2022 35394555 in the bilateral angular gyri, the ventral subdivisions showed social semantic activation independent of difficulty, while the dorsal subdivisions showed no semantic effect but difficulty-induced activation. 2022-04-08 2022-04-14 Not clear
Fran\\xc3\\xa7ois Osiurak, Emanuelle Reynaud, Josselin Baumard, Yves Rossetti, Angela Bartolo, Mathieu Lesour. Pantomime of tool use: looking beyond apraxia. Brain communications vol 3 issue 4 2022 35350708 more specifically, this model assumes that technical reasoning (notably the left area pf), the motor-control system (notably the intraparietal sulcus), body structural description (notably the left angular gyrus), semantic knowledge (notably the polar temporal lobes) and potentially theory of mind (notably the middle prefrontal cortex) work in concert to produce pantomime. 2022-03-30 2022-04-14 Not clear
Alexandros Afthinos, Charalambos Themistocleous, Olivia Herrmann, Hongli Fan, Hanzhang Lu, Kyrana Tsapkin. The Contribution of Working Memory Areas to Verbal Learning and Recall in Primary Progressive Aphasia. Frontiers in neurology vol 13 issue 2022 35250797 we found that the early stages of verbal learning involve the areas with subserving phonological processing (left superior temporal gyrus), as well as semantic wm memory (left angular gyrus, ag_l). 2022-03-08 2022-03-09 Not clear
Alexandros Afthinos, Charalambos Themistocleous, Olivia Herrmann, Hongli Fan, Hanzhang Lu, Kyrana Tsapkin. The Contribution of Working Memory Areas to Verbal Learning and Recall in Primary Progressive Aphasia. Frontiers in neurology vol 13 issue 2022 35250797 we found that the early stages of verbal learning involve the areas with subserving phonological processing (left superior temporal gyrus), as well as semantic wm memory (left angular gyrus, ag_l). 2022-03-07 2022-03-09 Not clear
Gina F Humphreys, JeYoung Jung, Matthew A Lambon Ralp. The convergence and divergence of episodic and semantic functions across lateral parietal cortex. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol issue 2022 35196706 here we used a combination of functional magnetic resonance imaging, functional connectivity, and diffusion tensor imaging white-matter connectivity to show that (i) ventral lpc (angular gyrus [ag]) was positively engaged during episodic retrieval but disengaged during semantic memory retrieval and (ii) activity negatively varied with task difficulty in the semantic task whereas episodic activation was independent of difficulty. 2022-02-23 2022-02-27 Not clear
David J Acunzo, Daniel M Low, Scott L Fairhal. Deep neural networks reveal topic-level representations of sentences in medial prefrontal cortex, lateral anterior temporal lobe, precuneus, and angular gyrus. NeuroImage vol issue 2022 35176493 using representational similarity analysis, we found that the medial prefrontal cortex, lateral anterior temporal lobe, precuneus, and angular gyrus more strongly represent sentence topic-level, compared to word-level, meaning, uncovering the important role of these semantic system regions in the representation of topic-level meaning. 2022-02-17 2022-02-23 Not clear
Li Wang, Mengyi Li, Tao Yang, Li Wang, Xinlin Zho. Mathematics Meets Science in the Brain. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 32 issue 1 2021 34247249 the results showed that mathematical, physical, and chemical principles elicited similar neural activation level and neural activation pattern in the visuospatial network (mainly in the middle frontal gyrus and inferior parietal lobule), which were different from those elicited by sentence comprehension; those three principles also elicited similar neural activation level and neural activation pattern in the semantic network (mainly in the middle temporal gyrus, angular gyrus, inferior frontal gyrus, and dorsomedial prefrontal cortex), in contrast to that elicited by arithmetic computation. 2022-02-02 2022-01-13 Not clear
Seyedeh-Rezvan Farahibozorg, Richard N Henson, Anna M Woollams, Olaf Hau. Distinct Roles for the Anterior Temporal Lobe and Angular Gyrus in the Spatiotemporal Cortical Semantic Network. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol issue 2022 35094061 distinct roles for the anterior temporal lobe and angular gyrus in the spatiotemporal cortical semantic network. 2022-01-30 2022-02-06 Not clear
Ricky Chow, Rahel Rabi, Shahier Paracha, Lynn Hasher, Nicole D Anderson CPsych, Claude Alai. Default mode network and neural phase synchronization in healthy aging: A resting state EEG study. Neuroscience vol issue 2022 35051530 findings indicated decreased connectivity in the alpha2 range for older than younger adults between the mpfc and other dmn regions including the left angular gyrus and bilateral lateral temporal cortices, the latter of which were associated with lower performance in semantic fluency and executive functioning in older adults. 2022-01-27 2022-01-27 Not clear
Ricky Chow, Rahel Rabi, Shahier Paracha, Lynn Hasher, Nicole D Anderson CPsych, Claude Alai. Default mode network and neural phase synchronization in healthy aging: A resting state EEG study. Neuroscience vol issue 2022 35051530 findings indicated decreased connectivity in the alpha2 range for older than younger adults between the mpfc and other dmn regions including the left angular gyrus and bilateral lateral temporal cortices, the latter of which were associated with lower performance in semantic fluency and executive functioning in older adults. 2022-01-20 2022-01-27 Not clear
Franziska Hartung, Yuchao Wang, Marloes Mak, Roel Willems, Anjan Chatterje. Aesthetic appraisals of literary style and emotional intensity in narrative engagement are neurally dissociable. Communications biology vol 4 issue 1 2021 34916583 literariness was associated with increased activation in brain areas linked to semantic integration (left angular gyrus, supramarginal gyrus, and precuneus), and decreased activation in bilateral middle temporal cortices, associated with semantic representations and word memory. 2021-12-17 2022-01-13 Not clear
William Matchin, Alexandra Basilakos, Dirk-Bart den Ouden, Brielle C Stark, Gregory Hickok, Julius Fridriksso. Functional differentiation in the language network revealed by lesion-symptom mapping. NeuroImage vol issue 2021 34896587 we identified multiple measure by region interaction effects, associating damage to the posterior middle temporal gyrus with syntactic comprehension deficits, damage to posterior inferior frontal gyrus with expressive agrammatism, and damage to inferior angular gyrus with semantic category word fluency deficits. 2021-12-13 2022-01-13 Not clear
Li Wang, Mengyi Li, Tao Yang, Li Wang, Xinlin Zho. Mathematics Meets Science in the Brain. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 32 issue 1 2021 34247249 the results showed that mathematical, physical, and chemical principles elicited similar neural activation level and neural activation pattern in the visuospatial network (mainly in the middle frontal gyrus and inferior parietal lobule), which were different from those elicited by sentence comprehension; those three principles also elicited similar neural activation level and neural activation pattern in the semantic network (mainly in the middle temporal gyrus, angular gyrus, inferior frontal gyrus, and dorsomedial prefrontal cortex), in contrast to that elicited by arithmetic computation. 2021-12-01 2022-01-13 Not clear
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