All Relations between inferior parietal cortex and gyrus temporalis superior
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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|
|Jiaying Sun, Jie Huang, Aijun Wang, Ming Zhang, Xiaoyu Tan. The Role of the Interaction between the Inferior Parietal Lobule and Superior Temporal Gyrus in the Multisensory Go/No-go Task. NeuroImage vol issue 2022 35342002||these results revealed that the neuronal network correlated with modulations of the motor response execution after the presentation of both visual stimuli along with cooccurring sound in a multisensory go/nogo task, including the left ipl, left precg, bilateral stg and some areas of the ventral stream.||2022-03-28||2022-04-14||Not clear|
|Jiaying Sun, Jie Huang, Aijun Wang, Ming Zhang, Xiaoyu Tan. The Role of the Interaction between the Inferior Parietal Lobule and Superior Temporal Gyrus in the Multisensory Go/No-go Task. NeuroImage vol issue 2022 35342002||the role of the interaction between the inferior parietal lobule and superior temporal gyrus in the multisensory go/no-go task.||2022-03-28||2022-04-14||Not clear|
|Jiaying Sun, Jie Huang, Aijun Wang, Ming Zhang, Xiaoyu Tan. The Role of the Interaction between the Inferior Parietal Lobule and Superior Temporal Gyrus in the Multisensory Go/No-go Task. NeuroImage vol issue 2022 35342002||the role of the interaction between the ipl and stg in transforming audiovisual information into motor behavior is discussed.||2022-03-28||2022-04-14||Not clear|
|the functional connectivity between the left inferior parietal lobule (ipl) and bilateral superior temporal gyrus (stg) was enhanced in go processing compared with no-go processing of audiovisual stimuli.||2022-03-28||2022-04-14||Not clear|
|Yajing Pang, Shanshan Zhao, Zhihui Li, Nan Li, Jiarui Yu, Rui Zhang, Fengmei Lu, Heng Chen, Fengchun Wu, Wei Zheng, Jingjing Gao, Yongfeng Yang, Huawang Wu, Jiaojian Wan. Enduring effect of abuse: Childhood maltreatment links to altered theory of mind network among adults. Human brain mapping vol issue 2022 35089635||relative to controls, adults with cm suffered a higher level of temperament and impulsivity and showed decreased fc between the insula and superior temporal gyrus (stg) and between inferior parietal lobule (ipl) and middle frontal gyrus, stg, and dorsal anterior cingulate cortex (dacc), while increased fc between ipl and cuneus and superior frontal gyrus (sfg) regions.||2022-01-28||2022-02-06||Not clear|
|Qin Li, Benjamin Becker, Xi Jiang, Zhiying Zhao, Qiong Zhang, Shuxia Yao, Keith M Kendric. Decreased interhemispheric functional connectivity rather than corpus callosum volume as a potential biomarker for autism spectrum disorder. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 119 issue 2020 31167156||asd subjects demonstrated significant reductions in interhemispheric functional connections between regions in the default mode network (medial prefrontal, posterior cingulate and precuneus), salience network (anterior cingulate and insula), mirror neuron/motor systems (inferior frontal gyrus, inferior parietal lobule, precentral gyrus, supplementary motor area), thalamus and auditory (superior temporal gyrus) and visual systems (lingual, fusiform and inferior occipital gyri).||2020-11-03||2022-01-13||Not clear|
|Ming Zhou, Chuang Yang, Xuan Bu, Yan Liang, Haixi Lin, Xinyu Hu, Hong Chen, Meihao Wang, Xiaoqi Huan. Abnormal functional network centrality in drug-na\\xc3\\xafve boys with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. European child & adolescent psychiatry vol 28 issue 10 2019 30798413||we found that boys with adhd exhibited (1) decreased centrality in the left superior temporal gyrus (stg) and increased centrality in the left superior occipital lobe (sol) and right inferior parietal lobe\xc2\xa0(ipl); (2) decreased fc between the stg and the putamen and thalamus, which belong to the cognitive cortico-striatal-thalamic-cortical (cstc) loop, and increased fc between the stg and medial/superior frontal gyrus within the affective cstc loop; and (3) decreased connectivity between the sol and cuneus within the dorsal attention network.||2019-12-12||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.
|Seda Akb\\xc4\\xb1y\\xc4\\xb1k, Ay\\xc5\\x9fenur Karaduman, Tilbe G\\xc3\\xb6ksun, Anjan Chatterje. The relationship between co-speech gesture production and macrolinguistic discourse abilities in people with focal brain injury. Neuropsychologia vol 117 issue 2019 29981784||lesions of rhd individuals who produced more gestures overlapped in the superior temporal gyrus and the inferior parietal lobule.||2019-02-08||2022-01-13||Not clear|
|Hongchang Zhai, Yuan Yu, Wei Zhang, Gang Chen, Fucang Ji. ACC and IPL networks in the perception of the faces of parents during selective tasks. Brain imaging and behavior vol 10 issue 4 2017 26613720||the anterior cingulate cortex (acc) and the inferior parietal lobe (ipl) are central nodes of the brain network, while the parental face perception network includes the anterior cingulate cortex and superior temporal gyrus (acc-stg)/parahippocampal network as well as the inferior frontal and inferior parietal lobule (ifg-ipl) network.||2017-10-16||2022-01-12||Not clear|
|Hongchang Zhai, Yuan Yu, Wei Zhang, Gang Chen, Fucang Ji. ACC and IPL networks in the perception of the faces of parents during selective tasks. Brain imaging and behavior vol 10 issue 4 2017 26613720||the neural pathway of parental face perception is similar to the perception of a stranger's face, as both include the stg, but is different in that the perception of the stranger's face involves a connected stg and ipl as a specific neural pathway.||2017-10-16||2022-01-12||Not clear|
|Xiaoqian Ding, Yi-Yuan Tang, Chen Cao, Yuqin Deng, Yan Wang, Xiu Xin, Michael I Posne. Short-term meditation modulates brain activity of insight evoked with solution cue. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience vol 10 issue 1 2016 24532700||based on prior research, we speculate on the function of this pattern of brain activity: (i) cg may be involved in detecting conflict and breaking mental set, (ii) mfg/ifg may play an important role in restructuring of the problem representation, (iii) insula, ipl and stg may be associated with error detection, problem understanding or general attentive control and (iv) putamen may be activated by 'aha' feeling.||2016-05-10||2022-01-12||Not clear|
|Z Deng, D Wei, S Xue, X Du, G Hitchman, J Qi. Regional gray matter density associated with emotional conflict resolution: evidence from voxel-based morphometry. Neuroscience vol 275 issue 2015 24976515||these regions included the dorsal anterior cingulate/dorsal medial prefrontal cortex, ventral medial prefrontal cortex, supplementary motor area, amygdala, ventral striatum, precuneus, posterior cingulate cortex, inferior parietal lobule, superior temporal gyrus and fusiform face area.||2015-10-15||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|
|Qiang Li, Shuang Xia, Fei Zhao, Ji Q. Functional changes in people with different hearing status and experiences of using Chinese sign language: an fMRI study. Journal of communication disorders vol 50 issue 2015 24958241||in addition, the activations of the bilateral superior temporal gyrus and inferior parietal lobule were only found in the pds group and hns group, and not in the other two groups, which indicates that the area for sign language processing appears to be sensitive to the age of language acquisition.||2015-05-12||2022-01-12||Not clear|
|Kirsi Harinen, Teemu Rinn. Acoustical and categorical tasks differently modulate activations of human auditory cortex to vowels. Brain and language vol 138 issue 2015 25313844||our results provide evidence that activations in stg and ipl strongly depend on whether the task requires analysis of detailed acoustical information or operations on categorical representations.||2015-02-13||2022-01-12||Not clear|
|Ying Gao, Hao Zhan. Unconscious processing modulates creative problem solving: evidence from an electrophysiological study. Consciousness and cognition vol 26 issue 2015 24674758||similar to the processing of conscious cues, processing unconscious cues in problem solving involves the semantic activation of unconscious cues (n280-340) in the right inferior parietal lobule (ba 40), new association formation (p350-450) in the right parahippocampal gyrus (ba 36), and mental representation transformation (p500-760) in the right superior temporal gyrus (ba 22).||2015-02-09||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|
|Deny Menghini, Floriana Costanzo, Stefano Vicar. Relationship between brain and cognitive processes in Down syndrome. Behavior genetics vol 41 issue 3 2011 21279430||short-term memory performances were correlated with the inferior parietal lobule, insula, superior temporal gyrus, medial occipital lobe, and cerebellum.||2011-12-15||2022-01-12||Not clear|