All Relations between decision making and gyrus temporalis superior

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Jack Donne, Michael J Farrell, Jessica Kolic, Jennifer Powell, Michael Fahey, Cylie William. Two-point discrimination responses in children with idiopathic toe walking: A feasibility fMRI study. Science progress vol 105 issue 4 2022 36373762 there were between-group activation differences in the decision-making block compared to the control block in the left frontal lobe, parahippocampal gyrus and the right superior temporal gyrus. 2022-11-14 2022-11-15 Not clear
Adrian Rain. The neuromoral theory of antisocial, violent, and psychopathic behavior. Psychiatry research vol 277 issue 2020 30473129 key areas implicated in both moral decision-making and the spectrum of antisocial behaviors include fronto-polar, medial, and ventral prefrontal cortical regions, and the anterior cingulate, amygdala, superior temporal gyrus, and angular gyrus / temporoparietal junction. 2020-01-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Martin P Paulus, Justin S Feinstein, David Leland, Alan N Simmon. Superior temporal gyrus and insula provide response and outcome-dependent information during assessment and action selection in a decision-making situation. NeuroImage vol 25 issue 2 2005 15784440 superior temporal gyrus and insula provide response and outcome-dependent information during assessment and action selection in a decision-making situation. 2005-12-22 2022-01-12 Not clear
Martin P Paulus, Justin S Feinstein, David Leland, Alan N Simmon. Superior temporal gyrus and insula provide response and outcome-dependent information during assessment and action selection in a decision-making situation. NeuroImage vol 25 issue 2 2005 15784440 furthermore, the superior temporal gyrus may play an important role in integrating previous actions and successful outcomes into one's decision-making strategy. 2005-12-22 2022-01-12 Not clear
Scott C Matthews, Alan N Simmons, Scott D Lane, Martin P Paulu. Selective activation of the nucleus accumbens during risk-taking decision making. Neuroreport vol 15 issue 13 2005 15486494 partially supporting the initial hypotheses, deliberation prior to selection of safe relative to risky responses generated greater activation in the inferior frontal cortex, superior temporal gyrus, and middle temporal gyrus; and deliberation prior to selection of risky relative to safe responses generated greater activation in medial frontal cortex, occipital cortex, nucleus accumbens and caudate. 2005-01-13 2022-01-12 Not clear
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