All Relations between goal-directed behaviour and area 39 of brodmann-1909

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Janine Jargow, Katharina Zwosta, Svenja Treu, Franziska M Korb, Hannes Ruge, Uta Wolfenstelle. The Role of the Angular Gyrus in Goal-directed Behavior-Two Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Studies Examining Response Outcome Learning and Outcome Anticipation. Journal of cognitive neuroscience vol issue 2022 36378896 the role of the angular gyrus in goal-directed behavior-two transcranial magnetic stimulation studies examining response outcome learning and outcome anticipation. 2022-11-15 2022-11-21 Not clear
Jashelle Caga, Sicong Tu, Thanuja Dharmadasa, Nga Y Tse, Margaret C Zoing, William Huynh, Colin Mahoney, Rebekah M Ahmed, Matthew C Kierna. Apathy is associated with parietal cortical-subcortical dysfunction in ALS. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 145 issue 2021 33867121 additional correlations were identified including the angular gyrus (or the temporo-parietal junction), important in reward valuation and subsequent goal-directed behaviour. 2022-01-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jashelle Caga, Sicong Tu, Thanuja Dharmadasa, Nga Y Tse, Margaret C Zoing, William Huynh, Colin Mahoney, Rebekah M Ahmed, Matthew C Kierna. Apathy is associated with parietal cortical-subcortical dysfunction in ALS. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 145 issue 2021 33867121 additional correlations were identified including the angular gyrus (or the temporo-parietal junction), important in reward valuation and subsequent goal-directed behaviour. 2021-11-30 2022-01-13 Not clear
Julianne Baarb\\xc3\\xa9, Michael Vesia, Matt J N Brown, Karlo J Lizarraga, Carolyn Gunraj, Gaayathiri Jegatheeswaran, Neil M Drummond, Cricia Rinchon, Anne Weissbach, James Saravanamuttu, Robert Che. Interhemispheric interactions between the right angular gyrus and the left motor cortex: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study. Journal of neurophysiology vol 125 issue 4 2021 33625938 the interconnection of the angular gyrus of right posterior parietal cortex (ppc) and the left motor cortex (lm1) is essential for goal-directed hand movements. 2021-11-22 2022-01-13 Not clear
Ta-Shun Su, Wan-Ju Lee, Yu-Chi Huang, Cheng-Te Wang, Chung-Chuan L. Coupled symmetric and asymmetric circuits underlying spatial orientation in fruit flies. Nature communications vol 8 issue 1 2017 28747622 maintaining spatial orientation when carrying out goal-directed movements requires an animal to perform angular path integration. 2017-11-17 2022-01-14 Not clear
Tobias Bockhorst, Uwe Homber. Compass Cells in the Brain of an Insect Are Sensitive to Novel Events in the Visual World. PloS one vol 10 issue 12 2016 26636334 in fruit flies it mediates place learning based on visual landmarks and houses neurons that encode the orientation for goal-directed locomotion, based on landmarks and self-motion cues for angular path-integration. 2016-06-17 2022-01-12 Not clear
Katharina Zwosta, Hannes Ruge, Uta Wolfenstelle. Neural mechanisms of goal-directed behavior: outcome-based response selection is associated with increased functional coupling of the angular gyrus. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 9 issue 2015 25914635 neural mechanisms of goal-directed behavior: outcome-based response selection is associated with increased functional coupling of the angular gyrus. 2015-04-27 2022-01-12 Not clear
Katharina Zwosta, Hannes Ruge, Uta Wolfenstelle. Neural mechanisms of goal-directed behavior: outcome-based response selection is associated with increased functional coupling of the angular gyrus. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 9 issue 2015 25914635 the explicit usage of learnt s-r-o representations in turn was associated with increased functional coupling between angular gyrus and several subcortical (hippocampus, caudate head), prefrontal (lateral orbitofrontal cortex (ofc), rostrolateral prefrontal cortex (rlpfc)) and cerebellar areas, which we suggest represent different explicit and implicit processes of goal-directed action control. 2015-04-27 2022-01-12 Not clear
Mohamed L Seghier, Elizabeth Fagan, Cathy J Pric. Functional subdivisions in the left angular gyrus where the semantic system meets and diverges from the default network. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 30 issue 50 2011 21159952 the left angular gyrus (ag) is reliably activated across a wide range of semantic tasks, and is also a consistently reported component of the so-called default network that it is deactivated during all goal-directed tasks. 2011-02-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
Wei Liao, Huafu Chen, Yuan Feng, Dante Mantini, Claudio Gentili, Zhengyong Pan, Jurong Ding, Xujun Duan, Changjian Qiu, Su Lui, Qiyong Gong, Wei Zhan. Selective aberrant functional connectivity of resting state networks in social anxiety disorder. NeuroImage vol 52 issue 4 2010 20470894 functional connectivity was decreased in the somato-motor (primary and motor cortices) and visual (primary visual cortex) networks, increased in a network including medial prefrontal cortex which is thought to be involved in self-referential processes, and increased or decreased in the default mode network (posterior cingulate cortex/precuneus, bilateral inferior parietal gyrus, angular gyrus, middle temporal gyrus, and superior and medial frontal gyrus) which has been suggested to be involved in episodic memory, and self-projection, the dorsal attention network (middle and superior occipital gyrus, inferior and superior parietal gyrus, and middle and superior frontal gyrus) which is thought to mediate goal-directed top-down processing, the core network (insula-cingulate cortices) which is associated with task control function, and the central-executive network (fronto-parietal cortices). 2010-12-17 2022-01-12 Not clear
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