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Cory Shain, Alexander Paunov, Xuanyi Chen, Benjamin Lipkin, Evelina Fedorenk. No evidence of theory of mind reasoning in the human language network. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol issue 2022 36585774 in exploratory analyses, we find responses to social processing in the "periphery" of the language network-right-hemisphere homotopes of core language areas and areas in bilateral angular gyri-but these responses are not selectively tom-related and may reflect general visual semantic processing. 2022-12-31 2023-01-05 Not clear
Heather R Dial, Eduardo Europa, Stephanie M Grasso, Maria Luisa Mandelli, Kristin M Schaffer, H Isabel Hubbard, Lisa D Wauters, Lindsey Wineholt, Stephen M Wilson, Maria Luisa Gorno-Tempini, Maya L Henr. Baseline structural imaging correlates of treatment outcomes in semantic variant primary progressive aphasia. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 158 issue 2022 36577212 specifically, improved naming of trained items was related to the left supramarginal (phonological processing) and angular gyri (phonological and semantic processing), and improved naming of trained and untrained items was related to the left hippocampus (episodic, context-based memory). 2022-12-28 2023-01-05 Not clear
Guangyao Zhang, Jinyi Hung, Nan Li. Coexistence of the social semantic effect and non-semantic effect in the default mode network. Brain structure & function vol issue 2022 35394555 four different views have been proposed: (1) the general semantic view holds that the dmn contains several hub regions supporting general semantic processes; (2) the non-semantic view holds that the semantic effects observed in the dmn (especially the ventral angular gyrus) are confounded by difficulty and do not reflect semantic processing per se; (3) the multifunction view holds that the same areas in the dmn can support both semantic and non-semantic functions; and (4) the multisystem view holds that the dmn contains multiple subnetworks supporting different aspects of semantic processes separately. 2022-04-08 2022-04-14 Not clear
Francesca M Branzi, Gorana Pobric, JeYoung Jung, Matthew A Lambon Ralp. The Left Angular Gyrus Is Causally Involved in Context-dependent Integration and Associative Encoding during Narrative Reading. Journal of cognitive neuroscience vol issue 2021 33656400 the role of the left angular gyrus (ag) in language processing remains unclear. 2021-10-29 2022-01-13 Not clear
Atsuko Takashima, Agnieszka Konopka, Antje Meyer, Peter Hagoort, Kirsten Webe. Speaking in the Brain: The Interaction between Words and Syntax in Sentence Production. Journal of cognitive neuroscience vol 32 issue 8 2021 32319867 production of sentences with known verbs yielded greater activation compared to sentences with pseudoverbs in the core language network of the left inferior frontal gyrus, the left posterior middle temporal gyrus, and a more posterior middle temporal region extending into the angular gyrus, analogous to effects observed in language comprehension. 2021-10-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Francesca M Branzi, Gorana Pobric, JeYoung Jung, Matthew A Lambon Ralp. The Left Angular Gyrus Is Causally Involved in Context-dependent Integration and Associative Encoding during Narrative Reading. Journal of cognitive neuroscience vol 33 issue 6 2021 34428784 the role of the left angular gyrus (ag) in language processing remains unclear. 2021-10-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Lea Marie Reisch, Martin Wegrzyn, Friedrich G Woermann, Christian G Bien, Johanna Kissle. Negative content enhances stimulus-specific cerebral activity during free viewing of pictures, faces, and words. Human brain mapping vol 41 issue 15 2021 32633448 negative words differentially activated typical higher-level language processing areas such as the left inferior frontal and angular gyrus. 2021-05-17 2022-01-13 Not clear
O Ozernov-Palchik, T M Centanni, S D Beach, S May, T Hogan, Jde Gabriel. Distinct neural substrates of individual differences in components of reading comprehension in adults with or without dyslexia. NeuroImage vol 226 issue 2021 33221445 across all participants, as predicted by the simple view framework, we found distinct patterns of associations with linguistic and domain-general regions for the three components, and that the left-hemispheric neural correlates of language comprehension in the angular and posterior temporal gyri made the largest contributions to explaining out-of-scanner reading comprehension performance. 2021-03-09 2022-01-13 Not clear
Chunyan Luo, Sara Makaretz, Michael Stepanovic, George Papadimitriou, Megan Quimby, Senthil Palanivelu, Bradford C Dickerson, Nikos Makri. Middle longitudinal fascicle is associated with semantic processing deficits in primary progressive aphasia. NeuroImage. Clinical vol 25 issue 2021 31865024 the middle longitudinal fascicle (mdlf) is a recently delineated association cortico-cortical fiber pathway in humans, connecting superior temporal gyrus and temporal pole principally with the angular gyrus, and is likely to be involved in language processing. 2021-01-11 2022-01-13 Not clear
Yingying Wang, Yingzhi Lu, Yuqin Deng, Nan Gu, Tiina Parviainen, Chenglin Zho. Predicting domain-specific actions in expert table tennis players activates the semantic brain network. NeuroImage vol 200 issue 2020 31284027 they also showed greater activation in areas related to semantic processing: the posterior inferior parietal lobe (angular gyrus), middle temporal gyrus, and ventromedial prefrontal cortex. 2020-03-20 2022-01-13 Not clear
William Matchin, Chia-Hsuan Liao, Phoebe Gaston, Ellen La. Same words, different structures: An fMRI investigation of argument relations and the angular gyrus. Neuropsychologia vol 125 issue 2019 30735675 in fmri, increased activation for combinatorial syntactic and semantic processing is typically observed in a set of left hemisphere brain areas: the angular gyrus (ag), the anterior temporal lobe (atl), the posterior superior temporal sulcus (psts), and the inferior frontal gyrus (ifg). 2019-11-27 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jacqueline Cummine, Carol A Boliek, Tessa McKibben, Aamn Jaswal, Marc F Joaniss. Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) selectively modulates semantic information during reading. Brain and language vol 188 issue 2019 30481690 the left angular gyrus has long been implicated in semantic processing. 2019-03-14 2022-01-13 Not clear
Pedro M Paz-Alonso, Myriam Oliver, Garikoitz Lerma-Usabiaga, Cesar Caballero-Gaudes, Ileana Qui\\xc3\\xb1ones, Paz Su\\xc3\\xa1rez-Coalla, Jon Andoni Du\\xc3\\xb1abeitia, Fernando Cuetos, Manuel Carreira. Neural correlates of phonological, orthographic and semantic reading processing in dyslexia. NeuroImage. Clinical vol 20 issue 2019 30128282 results showed that readers with dyslexia exhibited hypoactivation associated with phonological processing in parietal regions; with orthographic processing in parietal regions, broca's area, ventral occipitotemporal cortex and thalamus; and with semantic processing in angular gyrus and hippocampus. 2019-01-18 2022-01-13 Not clear
Ileana Qui\\xc3\\xb1ones, Nicola Molinaro, Simona Mancini, Juan Andr\\xc3\\xa9s Hern\\xc3\\xa1ndez-Cabrera, Manuel Carreira. Where agreement merges with disagreement: fMRI evidence of subject-verb integration. NeuroImage vol 88 issue 2018 24291502 these findings point to a central role of the classic fronto-temporal network, plus two additional nodes: the posterior part of the left middle frontal gyrus and the left angular gyrus; opening new windows to the study of agreement computation and language comprehension. 2018-01-19 2022-01-12 Not clear
Joshua T Williams, Isabelle Darcy, Sharlene D Newma. Modality-specific processing precedes amodal linguistic processing during L2 sign language acquisition: A longitudinal study. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 75 issue 2016 26720258 during these transitional steps right hemispheric recruitment was observed, with increasing left-lateralization, which is similar to other native signers and l2 learners of spoken language; however, specialization for sign language processing with activation in the inferior parietal lobule (i.e., angular gyrus), even for late learners, was observed. 2016-12-13 2022-01-12 Not clear
T\\xc3\\xa1tila Martins Lopes, Clarissa Lin Yasuda, Brunno Machado de Campos, Marcio L F Balthazar, Jeffrey R Binder, Fernando Cende. Effects of task complexity on activation of language areas in a semantic decision fMRI protocol. Neuropsychologia vol 81 issue 2016 26721760 there were many common areas of activation across the two version; however, the cv produced greater activation in the left superior and middle frontal giri, angular gyrus, and left posterior cingulate gyrus compared to the ev, the majority of which are areas previously identified with language and semantic processing. 2016-10-25 2022-01-12 Not clear
Mathias Scharinger, Alexandra Bendixen, Bj\\xc3\\xb6rn Herrmann, Molly J Henry, Toralf Mildner, Jonas Oblese. Predictions interact with missing sensory evidence in semantic processing areas. Human brain mapping vol 37 issue 2 2016 26583355 the effects of predictability and completeness interacted in heteromodal semantic processing areas, including left angular gyrus and left precuneus, where activity did not differ between complete and incomplete words when they were predictable. 2016-10-17 2022-01-12 Not clear
Helene Van Ettinger-Veenstra, Anita McAllister, Peter Lundberg, Thomas Karlsson, Maria Engstr\\xc3\\xb6. Higher Language Ability is Related to Angular Gyrus Activation Increase During Semantic Processing, Independent of Sentence Incongruency. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 10 issue 2016 27014040 higher language ability is related to angular gyrus activation increase during semantic processing, independent of sentence incongruency. 2016-03-25 2022-01-12 Not clear
Helene Van Ettinger-Veenstra, Anita McAllister, Peter Lundberg, Thomas Karlsson, Maria Engstr\\xc3\\xb6. Higher Language Ability is Related to Angular Gyrus Activation Increase During Semantic Processing, Independent of Sentence Incongruency. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 10 issue 2016 27014040 the correlation of high-level language ability with increased rather than decreased activation in the left angular gyrus, a region specific for language processing, is opposed to what the neural efficiency hypothesis would predict. 2016-03-25 2022-01-12 Not clear
Alfredo Ardil. A proposed reinterpretation of Gerstmann's syndrome. Archives of clinical neuropsychology : the official journal of the National Academy of Neuropsychologists vol 29 issue 8 2015 25377466 it has been also suggested that semantic aphasia is always associated with acalculia; as a matter of fact, left angular gyrus has a significant involvement in semantic processing. 2015-07-17 2022-01-12 Not clear
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