All Relations between primary visual cortex and brodmann area 7

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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
Lihong Chen, Shengnan Zhu, Bengang Feng, Xue Zhang, Yi Jian. Altered effective connectivity between lateral occipital cortex and superior parietal lobule contributes to manipulability-related modulation of the Ebbinghaus illusion. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 147 issue 2022 35051712 the results showed that the perceived illusion magnitude for the basketball target was significantly reduced than that for the watermelon target, and the manipulability-related modulation effect was manifested in self-connections in the left primary visual cortex and the left superior parietal lobule (spl), as well as reciprocal connections between the left lateral occipital cortex (loc) and spl. 2022-02-04 2022-01-27 Not clear
Lihong Chen, Shengnan Zhu, Bengang Feng, Xue Zhang, Yi Jian. Altered effective connectivity between lateral occipital cortex and superior parietal lobule contributes to manipulability-related modulation of the Ebbinghaus illusion. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 147 issue 2022 35051712 the results showed that the perceived illusion magnitude for the basketball target was significantly reduced than that for the watermelon target, and the manipulability-related modulation effect was manifested in self-connections in the left primary visual cortex and the left superior parietal lobule (spl), as well as reciprocal connections between the left lateral occipital cortex (loc) and spl. 2022-01-20 2022-01-27 Not clear
Jiaojian Wang, Yanghua Tian, Mengzhu Wang, Long Cao, Huawang Wu, Yun Zhang, Kai Wang, Tianzi Jian. A lateralized top-down network for visuospatial attention and neglect. Brain imaging and behavior vol 10 issue 4 2017 26508314 rsfc analyses in healthy subjects and neglect patients consistently revealed that asymmetric visuospatial ability and visuospatial neglect were closely related to the bias of top-down functional connectivity between posterior superior parietal lobule (spl) and v1. 2017-10-16 2022-01-12 Not clear
Elisenda Bueichek\\xc3\\xba, Noelia Ventura-Campos, Mar\\xc3\\xada-\\xc3\\x81ngeles Palomar-Garc\\xc3\\xada, Anna Mir\\xc3\\xb3-Padilla, Mar\\xc3\\xada-Antonia Parcet, C\\xc3\\xa9sar \\xc3\\x81vil. Functional Connectivity Between Superior Parietal Lobule and Primary Visual Cortex \"at Rest\" Predicts Visual Search Efficiency. Brain connectivity vol 5 issue 8 2016 26230367 functional connectivity between superior parietal lobule and primary visual cortex "at rest" predicts visual search efficiency. 2016-07-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
Daiming Xiu, Maximilian J Geiger, Peter Klave. Emotional face expression modulates occipital-frontal effective connectivity during memory formation in a bottom-up fashion. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience vol 9 issue 2015 25954169 our dcm findings showed that the bottom-up model family of effective connectivity best explained the data across all subjects and specified that emotion affected most bottom-up connections to the orbitofrontal cortex, especially from the occipital visual cortex and superior parietal lobule. 2015-05-08 2022-01-12 Not clear
Frank Scharnowski, Maria Joao Rosa, Narly Golestani, Chloe Hutton, Oliver Josephs, Nikolaus Weiskopf, Geraint Ree. Connectivity changes underlying neurofeedback training of visual cortex activity. PloS one vol 9 issue 3 2015 24609065 specifically, participants who learned to control activity in their visual cortex showed increased top-down control of the superior parietal lobe over the visual cortex, and at the same time reduced bottom-up processing. 2015-02-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Li Hsieh, Richard A Young, Susan M Bowyer, John E Moran, Richard J Genik, Christopher C Green, Yow-Ren Chiang, Ya-Ju Yu, Chia-Cheng Liao, Sean Seama. Conversation effects on neural mechanisms underlying reaction time to visual events while viewing a driving scene: fMRI analysis and asynchrony model. Brain research vol 1251 issue 2009 18952070 we propose an asynchrony model in which the frontal regions have a top-down influence on the synchrony of neural processes within the superior parietal lobe and extrastriate visual cortex that in turn modulate the reaction time to visual events during conversation while driving. 2009-04-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
Marianne Dieterich, Thomas Bauermann, Christoph Best, Peter Stoeter, Peter Schlindwei. Evidence for cortical visual substitution of chronic bilateral vestibular failure (an fMRI study). Brain : a journal of neurology vol 130 issue Pt 8 2007 17575279 we found that bilateral activation of the primary visual cortex (inferior and middle occipital gyri, brodmann area ba 17, 18, 19), the motion-sensitive areas v5 in the middle and inferior temporal gyri (ba 37), and the frontal eye field (ba 8), the right paracentral and superior parietal lobule and the right fusiform and parahippocampal gyri was significantly stronger and the activation clusters were larger than that of the age-matched healthy controls. 2007-09-06 2022-01-12 Not clear
B Guly\\xc3\\xa1s, A Cowey, C A Heywood, D Popplewell, P E Rolan. Visual form discrimination from texture cues: a PET study. Human brain mapping vol 6 issue 3 1998 9673667 during task performance, activated fields were present bilaterally in the primary visual cortex and its immediate extrastriate cortex, the right lateral occipital gyrus, bilaterally in the fusiform and superior temporal gyri and posterior parts of the superior parietal lobules, along the medial bank of the right intraparietal sulcus, and in the right supramarginal gyrus. 1998-08-27 2022-01-10 Not clear
N Sadato, A Pascual-Leone, J Grafman, M P Deiber, V Iba\\xc3\\xb1ez, M Hallet. Neural networks for Braille reading by the blind. Brain : a journal of neurology vol 121 ( Pt 7) issue 1998 9679774 irrespective of reading finger (right or left), braille reading by the blind activated the inferior parietal lobule, primary visual cortex, superior occipital gyri, fusiform gyri, ventral premotor area, superior parietal lobule, cerebellum and primary sensorimotor area bilaterally, also the right dorsal premotor cortex, right middle occipital gyrus and right prefrontal area. 1998-08-13 2022-01-10 Not clear
P E Roland, B Guly\\xc3\\xa1. Visual memory, visual imagery, and visual recognition of large field patterns by the human brain: functional anatomy by positron emission tomography. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 5 issue 1 1995 7719132 perception and learning of the patterns increased rcbf in v1 and 17 cortical fields located in the cuneus, the lingual, fusiform, inferior temporal, occipital, and angular gyri, the precuneus, and the posterior part of superior parietal lobules. 1995-05-24 2022-01-10 Not clear
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