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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
Hui Zhou, Conghui Su, Jinglan Wu, Jiaofeng Li, Xiqian Lu, Liangyu Gong, Fengji Geng, Zaifeng Gao, Yuzheng H. A domain-general frontoparietal network interacts with domain-preferential intermediate pathways to support working memory task. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol issue 2022 35671498 employing a novel n-back task, we first identified the posterior superior temporal gyrus (pstg), middle temporal area (mt), and postcentral gyrus (pocg) as intermediate regions for biological motion and shape motion processing, respectively. 2022-06-07 2022-06-13 Not clear
Seyedehsamaneh Shojaeilangari, Narges Radman, Mohammad Ehsan Taghizadeh, Hamid Soltanian-Zade. rsfMRI based evidence for functional connectivity alterations in adults with developmental stuttering. Heliyon vol 7 issue 9 2021 34504967 additionally, our finding indicated reduced connectivity in the pds group between the left superior temporal gyrus (stg) and several brain regions including the right limbic lobe, right fusiform, and right cerebellum, as well as the left middle temporal gyrus (mtg). 2021-09-11 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
Soo-Hyun Paik, Chang-Hyun Park, Jin-Young Kim, Ji-Won Chun, Jung-Seok Choi, Dai-Jin Ki. Prolonged Bedtime Smartphone Use is Associated With Altered Resting-State Functional Connectivity of the Insula in Adult Smartphone Users. Frontiers in psychiatry vol 10 issue 2020 31474880 the strength of the rsfc between the left insula and right putamen, and between the right insula and left superior frontal, middle temporal, fusiform, inferior orbitofrontal gyrus and right superior temporal gyrus was positively correlated with smartphone time in bed. 2020-10-01 2022-01-13 Not clear
\\xc3\\x96zlem Ece Demir-Lira, Salomi S Asaridou, Anjali Raja Beharelle, Anna E Holt, Susan Goldin-Meadow, Steven L Smal. Functional neuroanatomy of gesture-speech integration in children varies with individual differences in gesture processing. Developmental science vol 21 issue 5 2019 29516653 when gestures provided missing information not present in the speech (i.e., disambiguating gesture; e.g., "pet" + flapping palms\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa0bird), the presence of gesture led to increased activity in inferior frontal gyri, the right middle temporal gyrus, and the left superior temporal gyrus, compared to when gesture provided redundant information (i.e., reinforcing gesture; e.g., "bird" + flapping palms\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa0bird). 2019-09-26 2022-01-13 Not clear
Ay\\xc5\\x9fenur Karaduman, Tilbe G\\xc3\\xb6ksun, Anjan Chatterje. Narratives of focal brain injured individuals: A macro-level analysis. Neuropsychologia vol 99 issue 2018 28347806 yet, single case analyses revealed that particular regions in the right hemisphere such as damage to the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (dlpfc), the anterior and superior temporal gyrus, the middle temporal gyrus, and the supramarginal gyrus lead to problems in creating narratives. 2018-02-20 2022-01-13 Not clear
M Boccia, C Dacquino, L Piccardi, P Cordellieri, C Guariglia, F Ferlazzo, S Ferracuti, A M Giannin. Neural foundation of human moral reasoning: an ALE meta-analysis about the role of personal perspective. Brain imaging and behavior vol 11 issue 1 2018 26809288 within this network we found a neural segregation as a function of the personal perspective, with 1pp eliciting higher activation in the bilateral insula and superior temporal gyrus as well as in the anterior cingulate cortex, lingual and fusiform gyri, middle temporal gyrus and precentral gyrus in the left hemisphere, and 3pp eliciting higher activation in the bilateral amygdala, the posterior cingulate cortex, insula and supramarginal gyrus in the left hemisphere as well as the medial and ventromedial prefrontal cortex in the right hemisphere. 2018-01-25 2022-01-12 Not clear
Ece Kocagoncu, Alex Clarke, Barry J Devereux, Lorraine K Tyle. Decoding the Cortical Dynamics of Sound-Meaning Mapping. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 37 issue 5 2017 28028201 we found early transient effects \xe2\x88\xbc400 ms before the up of lexical competition in left supramarginal gyrus, left superior temporal gyrus, left middle temporal gyrus (mtg), and left inferior frontal gyrus (ifg) and of semantic competition in mtg, left angular gyrus, and ifg. 2017-07-24 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
Erin L Meier, Kushal J Kapse, Swathi Kira. The Relationship between Frontotemporal Effective Connectivity during Picture Naming, Behavior, and Preserved Cortical Tissue in Chronic Aphasia. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 10 issue 2016 27014039 during oral picture naming, activation in neurologically intact individuals is found in "classic" language regions involved with retrieval of lexical concepts [e.g., left middle temporal gyrus (lmtg)], word form encoding [e.g., left posterior superior temporal gyrus, (lpstg)], and controlled retrieval of semantic and phonological information [e.g., left inferior frontal gyrus (lifg)] as well as domain-general regions within the multiple demands network [e.g., left middle frontal gyrus (lmfg)]. 2016-03-25 2022-01-12 Not clear
Olga A Wudarczyk, Nils Kohn, Rene Bergs, Raquel E Gur, Bruce Turetsky, Frank Schneider, Ute Habe. Chemosensory anxiety cues moderate the experience of social exclusion - an fMRI investigation with Cyberball. Frontiers in psychology vol 6 issue 2015 26500572 further, under exposure to anxiety cues during ostracism the participants showed deactivations in brain regions involved in memory (hippocampus), social cognition (middle temporal gyrus, superior temporal gyrus) and processing of salience (inferior frontal gyrus). 2015-10-27 2022-01-12 Not clear
Midori Shibata, Yuri Terasawa, Satoshi Umed. Integration of cognitive and affective networks in humor comprehension. Neuropsychologia vol 65 issue 2015 25447374 psycho-physiological interaction analyses revealed that language and semantic regions, such as inferior frontal gyrus (ifg), middle temporal gyrus (mtg), superior temporal gyrus (stg), superior frontal gyrus (sfg), and inferior parietal lobule (ipl) are simultaneously activated during humor comprehension processing. 2015-09-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
William W Graves, Jeffrey R Binder, Rutvik H Desai, Colin Humphries, Benjamin C Stengel, Mark S Seidenber. Anatomy is strategy: skilled reading differences associated with structural connectivity differences in the reading network. Brain and language vol 133 issue 2015 24735993 left-hemisphere regions of interest for diffusion tensor imaging analysis were defined based on fmri results, including two regions linked with semantic processing - angular gyrus (ag) and inferior temporal sulcus (its) - and two linked with phonological processing - posterior superior temporal gyrus (pstg) and posterior middle temporal gyrus (pmtg). 2015-01-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
Fatima T Husain, Jake R Carpenter-Thompson, Sara A Schmid. The effect of mild-to-moderate hearing loss on auditory and emotion processing networks. Frontiers in systems neuroscience vol 8 issue 2014 24550791 this was reflected in the brain activation patterns, with the nh group employing the expected limbic and auditory regions including the left amygdala, left parahippocampus, right middle temporal gyrus and left superior temporal gyrus to a greater extent in processing affective stimuli when compared to the hl group. 2014-02-19 2022-01-12 Not clear
Olga Boukrina, William W Grave. Neural networks underlying contributions from semantics in reading aloud. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 7 issue 2013 24032009 left hemisphere regions of interest were defined based on main effects in functional magnetic resonance imaging and included two regions linked with semantic processing-angular gyrus (ag) and inferior temporal sulcus (its)-and two regions linked with phonological processing-posterior superior temporal gyrus (pstg) and posterior middle temporal gyrus (pmtg). 2013-09-13 2022-01-12 Not clear
Chiao-Yi Wu, Moon-Ho Ringo Ho, Shen-Hsing Annabel Che. A meta-analysis of fMRI studies on Chinese orthographic, phonological, and semantic processing. NeuroImage vol 63 issue 1 2013 22759996 with increasing task demands, the left inferior parietal lobule and the right superior temporal gyrus were specialized for phonological processing, while the left middle temporal gyrus was involved in semantic processing. 2013-01-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
And U Turken, Nina F Dronker. The neural architecture of the language comprehension network: converging evidence from lesion and connectivity analyses. Frontiers in systems neuroscience vol 5 issue 2011 21347218 in an earlier voxel-based lesion-symptom mapping analysis of data from aphasic patients (dronkers et al., 2004), several brain regions in the left hemisphere were found to be critical for language comprehension: the left posterior middle temporal gyrus, the anterior part of brodmann's area 22 in the superior temporal gyrus (anterior stg/ba22), the posterior superior temporal sulcus (sts) extending into brodmann's area 39 (sts/ba39), the orbital part of the inferior frontal gyrus (ba47), and the middle frontal gyrus (ba46). 2011-07-14 2022-01-12 Not clear
Javier Quintana, Junghee Lee, Michael Marcus, Kimmy Kee, Tiffany Wong, Armen Yerevania. Brain dysfunctions during facial discrimination in schizophrenia: selective association to affect decoding. Psychiatry research vol 191 issue 1 2011 21145212 when comparing emotion versus identity matching, controls activated the fusiform and middle temporal gyri, left superior temporal gyrus, and right inferior and middle frontal gyrus, whereas schizophrenia patients only activated the middle and inferior frontal gyri, the frontal operculi and the right insular cortex. 2011-02-24 2022-01-12 Not clear
Christoph Helmchen, Jan Klinkenstein, Bj\\xc3\\xb6rn Machner, Holger Rambold, Christian Mohr, Thurid Sande. Structural changes in the human brain following vestibular neuritis indicate central vestibular compensation. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences vol 1164 issue 2009 19645887 using voxel-based morphometry (vbm, spm2), categorical comparison revealed gmv increase in patients' multisensory vestibular cortices [insula, inferior parietal lobe (ipl), superior temporal gyrus (stg)], cerebellum, and motion-sensitive areas in the middle temporal area (mt). 2009-08-18 2022-01-12 Not clear
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