All Relations between precuneate lobule and inferior frontal gyrus

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Roxane Assaf, Julien Ouellet, Josiane Bourque, Emmanuel Stip, Marco Leyton, Patricia Conrod, St\\xc3\\xa9phane Potvi. Neural alterations of emotion processing in atypical trajectories of psychotic-like experiences. Schizophrenia (Heidelberg, Germany) vol 8 issue 1 2022 35853901 the increasing ple trajectory also displayed impaired connectivity between the amygdala, ventromedial prefrontal cortex, and cerebellum, and between the ifg, precuneus, and temporal regions, while the decreasing trajectory exhibited reduced connectivity between the amygdala and visual regions during emotion processing. 2022-07-19 2022-07-25 Not clear
Navot Naor, Christiane Rohr, Lina H Schaare, Chirag Limbachia, Simone Shamay-Tsoory, Hadas Okon-Singe. The neural networks underlying reappraisal of empathy for pain. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience vol 15 issue 7 2021 32701145 task-based analysis revealed increased activity in the right inferior frontal gyrus (ifg) when painful emotions were regulated using reappraisal, whereas empathic feelings that were not regulated resulted in increased activity bilaterally in the precuneus, supramarginal gyrus and middle frontal gyrus (mfg), as well as the right parahippocampal gyrus. 2021-06-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
Lydia Kogler, Veronika I M\\xc3\\xbcller, Elena Werminghausen, Simon B Eickhoff, Birgit Dernt. Do I feel or do I know? Neuroimaging meta-analyses on the multiple facets of empathy. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 129 issue 2021 32562973 consistent activation of the anterior insula (ai), the anterior dmpfg and the smg was observed for empathy for pain, while convergent recruitment of the temporo-parietal junction, precuneus, posterior dmpfg, and the ifg was revealed in the meta-analysis across empathy for emotion experiments. 2021-06-21 2022-01-13 Not clear
Kristian Tyl\\xc3\\xa9n, Johanne Stege Philipsen, Andreas Roepstorff, Riccardo Fusarol. Trails of meaning construction: Symbolic artifacts engage the social brain. NeuroImage vol 134 issue 2018 27039141 when contrasting own and others' models, we also found activations in precuneus, an area associated with autobiographical memory and agency, while looking at one's own collective models yielded interaction effects in rostral acc, right ifg and left insula. 2018-01-23 2022-01-12 Not clear
Katerina D Kandylaki, Arne Nagels, Sarah Tune, Richard Wiese, Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, Tilo Kirche. Processing of false belief passages during natural story comprehension: An fMRI study. Human brain mapping vol 36 issue 11 2016 26356583 for implicit mentalizing, we found activation in typical tom processing regions, that is the angular gyrus (ag), superior medial frontal gyrus (smfg), precuneus (pcun), middle temporal gyrus (mtg) as well as in the inferior frontal gyrus (ifg) billaterally. 2016-08-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
H Schneider-Hassloff, B Straube, B Nuscheler, G Wemken, T Kirche. Adult attachment style modulates neural responses in a mentalizing task. Neuroscience vol 303 issue 2016 26162239 our task elicited a strong activation of the mentalizing network, including bilateral precuneus, (anterior, middle, and posterior) cingulate cortices, temporal poles, inferior frontal gyri (ifg), temporoparietal junctions, superior medial frontal gyri as well as right medial orbital frontal gyrus, superior temporal gyrus, middle frontal gyrus (mfg), and amygdala. 2016-05-10 2022-01-12 Not clear
Kazuki Iijima, Kuniyoshi L Saka. Subliminal enhancement of predictive effects during syntactic processing in the left inferior frontal gyrus: an MEG study. Frontiers in systems neuroscience vol 8 issue 2014 25404899 these results indicate that a top-down influence from the left ifg to the mcc, and then to the precuneus, is critical in syntactic decisions, whereas the mcc shares its task-set information with the left ifg to achieve automatic and predictive processes of syntax. 2014-11-18 2022-01-12 Not clear
Kathleen B McDermott, Steven E Petersen, Jason M Watson, Jeffrey G Ojeman. A procedure for identifying regions preferentially activated by attention to semantic and phonological relations using functional magnetic resonance imaging. Neuropsychologia vol 41 issue 3 2003 12457755 regions preferentially involved in attention to phonological relations appeared within left inferior frontal cortex (near ba6/44, posterior to the semantic regions within ifg described above) and within bilateral inferior parietal cortex (ba40) and precuneus (ba7). 2003-03-05 2022-01-11 Not clear