All Relations between spindle-shaped and primary visual cortex

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Olga R Dobrushina, Larisa A Dobrynina, Galina A Arina, Elena I Kremneva, Evgenia S Novikova, Mariia V Gubanova, Ekaterina V Pechenkova, Anastasia D Suslina, Vlada V Aristova, Viktoriya V Trubitsyna, Marina V Krotenkov. Enhancing Brain Connectivity With Infra-Low Frequency Neurofeedback During Aging: A Pilot Study. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 16 issue 2022 35712529 an extended network was revealed, including the temporal and occipital fusiform cortex, multiple areas from the visual cortex, the right posterior superior temporal sulcus, the amygdala, the temporal poles, the superior parietal lobule, and the supplementary motor cortex. 2022-06-17 2022-06-20 Not clear
Elie Rassi, Andreas Wutz, Nicholas Peatfield, Nathan Wies. Efficient Prestimulus Network Integration of Fusiform Face Area Biases Face Perception during Binocular Rivalry. Journal of cognitive neuroscience vol issue 2022 35258573 before stimulus onset followed by a face versus house report, fusiform face area showed stronger connectivity to primary visual cortex and to the rest of the cortex in the alpha frequency range (8-13 hz), but there were no differences in local oscillatory alpha power. 2022-03-08 2022-03-09 Not clear
Loris Naspi, Paul Hoffman, Barry Devereux, Alexa M Morco. Perceptual and Semantic Representations at Encoding Contribute to True and False Recognition of Objects. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 41 issue 40 2021 34413205 when studied objects were later identified correctly, neural patterns corresponded to low-level visual representations of these object images in the early visual cortex, lingual, and fusiform gyri. 2021-11-23 2022-01-13 Not clear
I Muukkonen, K \\xc3\\x96lander, J Numminen, V R Salmel. Spatio-temporal dynamics of face perception. NeuroImage vol 209 issue 2021 31931156 by correlating representational dissimilarity matrices (rdms) derived from multiple pairwise classifications of neural responses to different facial expressions (neutral, happy, fearful, angry), we found early eeg time windows (starting around 130\xc2\xa0\xe2\x80\x8bms) to match fmri data from primary visual cortex (v1), and later time windows (starting around 190\xc2\xa0\xe2\x80\x8bms) to match data from lateral occipital, fusiform face complex, and temporal-parietal-occipital junction (tpoj). 2021-02-18 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jordy Thielen, Sander E Bosch, Tessa M van Leeuwen, Marcel A J van Gerven, Rob van Lie. Neuroimaging Findings on Amodal Completion: A Review. i-Perception vol 10 issue 2 2020 31007887 the involvement of low-level visual areas such as v1 and v2 is not yet clear, while several high-level structures such as the lateral occipital complex and fusiform face area seem invariant to occlusion of objects and faces, respectively, and several motor areas seem to code for object permanence. 2020-09-29 2022-01-13 Not clear
S Maher, T Ekstrom, D Ongur, D L Levy, D J Norton, L D Nickerson, Y Che. Functional disconnection between the visual cortex and right fusiform face area in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia research vol 209 issue 2020 31126803 functional disconnection between the visual cortex and right fusiform face area in schizophrenia. 2020-08-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
S Maher, T Ekstrom, D Ongur, D L Levy, D J Norton, L D Nickerson, Y Che. Functional disconnection between the visual cortex and right fusiform face area in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia research vol 209 issue 2020 31126803 we used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fmri) to characterize resting state functional connectivity between an independent component analysis (ica)-defined early visual cortical network (corresponding to regions in v1, v2, v3) and a priori defined face-processing regions (fusiform face area [ffa], occipital face area [ofa], superior temporal sulcus [sts] and amygdala) using dual regression in 20 schizophrenia patients and 26 healthy controls. 2020-08-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
Charles R Marshall, Christopher J D Hardy, Lucy L Russell, Rebecca L Bond, Harri Sivasathiaseelan, Caroline Greaves, Katrina M Moore, Jennifer L Agustus, Janneke E P van Leeuwen, Stephen J Wastling, Jonathan D Rohrer, James M Kilner, Jason D Warre. The functional neuroanatomy of emotion processing in frontotemporal dementias. Brain : a journal of neurology vol 142 issue 9 2020 31321407 in response to viewing facial expressions, all participant groups showed comparable activation of primary visual cortex while patient groups showed differential hypo-activation of fusiform and posterior temporo-occipital junctional cortices. 2020-05-15 2022-01-13 Not clear
Elie Rassi, Andreas Wutz, Nadia M\\xc3\\xbcller-Voggel, Nathan Weis. Prestimulus feedback connectivity biases the content of visual experiences. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America vol 116 issue 32 2020 31332019 applying source localization to the classifier weights suggested early recruitment of primary visual cortex (v1) and \xe2\x88\xbc160-ms recruitment of the category-sensitive fusiform face area (ffa). 2020-03-30 2022-01-13 Not clear
Alessio Basti, Marieke Mur, Nikolaus Kriegeskorte, Vittorio Pizzella, Laura Marzetti, Olaf Hau. Analysing linear multivariate pattern transformations in neuroimaging data. PloS one vol 14 issue 10 2020 31613918 we focused on the transformations from early visual cortex (evc) to inferior temporal cortex (itc), fusiform face area (ffa) and parahippocampal place area (ppa). 2020-03-13 2022-01-13 Not clear
C van den Boomen, J J Fahrenfort, T M Snijders, C Kemne. Slow segmentation of faces in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Neuropsychologia vol 127 issue 2020 30768937 face segmentation relates to recurrent connectivity from the fusiform face area (ffa) to the visual cortex. 2020-02-27 2022-01-13 Not clear
P Barttfeld, S Abboud, H Lagercrantz, U Ad\\xc3\\xa9n, N Padilla, A D Edwards, L Cohen, M Sigman, S Dehaene, G Dehaene-Lambert. A lateral-to-mesial organization of human ventral visual cortex at birth. Brain structure & function vol 223 issue 7 2019 29752588 in human adults, ventral extra-striate visual cortex contains a mosaic of functionally specialized areas, some responding preferentially to natural visual categories such as faces (fusiform face area) or places (parahippocampal place area) and others to cultural inventions such as written words and numbers (visual word form and number form areas). 2019-07-23 2022-01-13 Not clear
Masaya Suzuki, Naoya Kumagai, Koji Inui, Ryusuke Kakig. Effects of color lenses on visual evoked magnetic fields following bright light. PloS one vol 13 issue 8 2019 30071095 the result showing that the yellow lens enhanced v1 and fusiform activities indicated that processing in these areas was improved when subjects used this lens. 2019-01-31 2022-01-13 Not clear
Helmet T Karim, Susan B Perlma. Neurodevelopmental maturation as a function of irritable temperament: Insights From a Naturalistic Emotional Video Viewing Paradigm. Human brain mapping vol 38 issue 10 2018 28737296 compared to adults, children demonstrated greater activation in subcortical and visual regions (hippocampus, thalamus, visual cortex, fusiform) during negative clips and greater activation of subcortical and prefrontal regions during positive clips (hippocampus, thalamus, caudate, acc, ofc, superior frontal cortex). 2018-05-07 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jizheng Zhao, Mintong Li, Yi Zhang, Huaibo Song, Karen M von Deneen, Yinggang Shi, Yijun Liu, Dongjian H. Intrinsic brain subsystem associated with dietary restraint, disinhibition and hunger: an fMRI study. Brain imaging and behavior vol 11 issue 1 2018 26860835 within the brain regions relating to dietary restraint, weight status was negatively correlated with fc of the left middle temporal gyrus and left inferior temporal gyrus, and was positively associated with the fc of regions in the anterior temporal gyrus and fusiform visual cortex. 2018-01-25 2022-01-12 Not clear
J Swaroop Guntupalli, Kelsey G Wheeler, M Ida Gobbin. Disentangling the Representation of Identity from Head View Along the Human Face Processing Pathway. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 27 issue 1 2018 28051770 at earlier stages in the pathway, processing begins in early visual cortex and the occipital face area with representations of head view that are invariant across identities, and proceeds to an intermediate level of representation in the fusiform face area in which identity is emerging but still entangled with head view. 2018-01-15 2022-01-13 Not clear
Suzanne N Avery, Jennifer Urbano Blackfor. Slow to warm up: the role of habituation in social fear. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience vol 11 issue 11 2017 27445209 higher social fearfulness was associated with slower habituation across regions of the social brain, including the hippocampus, amygdala, ventromedial prefrontal cortex, medial orbitofrontal cortex, fusiform face area, primary visual cortex, and extrastriate visual cortex. 2017-11-08 2022-01-12 Not clear
Shahin Nasr, Herminia D Rosa. Impact of Visual Corticostriatal Loop Disruption on Neural Processing within the Parahippocampal Place Area. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 36 issue 40 2017 27707978 in a series of fmri experiments, we found that the caudate showed a stronger functional connection to parahippocampal place area (ppa) compared with adjacent regions (e.g., fusiform face area, ffa) within the temporal visual cortex. 2017-07-24 2022-01-12 Not clear
Marco Steinhauser, Tobias Flaisch, Marcus Meinzer, Harald T Schup. Cognitive control modulates preferential sensory processing of affective stimuli. Neuropsychologia vol 91 issue 2017 27619004 we analyzed this for three consecutive stages in the ventral stream of visual processing for which preferential processing of affective stimuli has previously been demonstrated: the striate area (ba 17), category-unspecific extrastriate areas (ba 18/19), and the fusiform face area (ffa). 2017-05-10 2022-01-12 Not clear
Anouk M van Loon, Johannes J Fahrenfort, Bauke van der Velde, Philipp B Lirk, Nienke C C Vulink, Markus W Hollmann, H Steven Scholte, Victor A F Lamm. NMDA Receptor Antagonist Ketamine Distorts Object Recognition by Reducing Feedback to Early Visual Cortex. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 26 issue 5 2016 25662715 we observed these effects in posterior fusiform part of lateral occipital cortex and in early visual cortex. 2016-12-30 2022-01-12 Not clear
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