All Relations between language understanding and brodmann area 21

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Chun Yin Liu, Ran Tao, Lang Qin, Stephen Matthews, Wai Ting Sio. Functional connectivity during orthographic, phonological, and semantic processing of Chinese characters identifies distinct visuospatial and phonosemantic networks. Human brain mapping vol issue 2022 36097409 orthographic processing more strongly recruited the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, left superior parietal lobule and bilateral fusiform gyri; semantic processing more strongly recruited the left inferior frontal gyrus and left middle temporal gyrus, whereas phonological processing more strongly activated the dorsal part of the precentral gyrus. 2022-09-13 2022-09-14 Not clear
William W Graves, Hillary Levinson, Linsah Coulanges, Shannon Cahalan, Daniel Cruz, Catherine Sancimino, Vanessa H Bal, Miriam Rosenberg-Le. Neural differences in social and figurative language processing on the autism spectrum. Neuropsychologia vol issue 2022 35461878 neural systems for social cognition and language comprehension overlap in areas involved in retrieving linguistic meaning (semantics), such as the anterior temporal lobe (atl), ventro-medial prefrontal cortex (vmpfc), posterior cingulate cortex (pcc), and posterior middle temporal gyrus (pmtg). 2022-04-24 2022-04-26 Not clear
Z Jedidi, M Manard, E Balteau, C Degueldre, A Luxen, C Phillips, F Collette, P Maquet, S Majeru. Incidental Verbal Semantic Processing Recruits the Fronto-temporal Semantic Control Network. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 31 issue 12 2021 34180511 we observed that implicit semantic processing of an unattended verbal stream recruited not only unimodal and amodal cortices in posterior supporting semantic knowledge areas, but also inferior frontal and posterior middle temporal areas considered to be part of the semantic control network. 2022-02-02 2022-01-13 Not clear
Zhe Sun, Ji Won Seo, Hong Ju Park, Jee Yeon Lee, Min Young Kwak, Yehree Kim, Je Yeon Lee, Jun Woo Park, Woo Seok Kang, Joong Ho Ahn, Jong Woo Chung, Hosung Ki. Cortical reorganization following auditory deprivation predicts cochlear implant performance in postlingually deaf adults. Human brain mapping vol 42 issue 1 2021 33022826 the middle temporal cortex processing higher-level language comprehension shows persistent negative correlations with disease duration, suggesting this area's association with degraded speech comprehensions due to long-term deafness. 2021-12-16 2022-01-13 Not clear
Z Jedidi, M Manard, E Balteau, C Degueldre, A Luxen, C Phillips, F Collette, P Maquet, S Majeru. Incidental Verbal Semantic Processing Recruits the Fronto-temporal Semantic Control Network. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 31 issue 12 2021 34180511 we observed that implicit semantic processing of an unattended verbal stream recruited not only unimodal and amodal cortices in posterior supporting semantic knowledge areas, but also inferior frontal and posterior middle temporal areas considered to be part of the semantic control network. 2021-11-05 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
Teresa Sylvester, Johanna Liebig, Arthur M Jacob. Neuroimaging of valence decisions in children and adults. Developmental cognitive neuroscience vol 48 issue 2021 33517110 on a neural level, our analysis of affective language processing showed activations in regions associated with both semantic (superior and middle temporal and frontal) and affective (anterior and posterior cingulate, orbitofrontal and inferior frontal, insula and amygdala) processing. 2021-10-12 2022-01-13 Not clear
Hannah Claussenius-Kalman, Kelly A Vaughn, Pilar Archila-Suerte, Arturo E Hernande. Age of acquisition impacts the brain differently depending on neuroanatomical metric. Human brain mapping vol 41 issue 2 2021 31600019 relative to early bilinguals, late bilinguals had thicker cortex in language processing and cognitive control regions, and greater density in multiple frontal areas and the right middle temporal and supramarginal gyri. 2021-07-12 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jin Wang, Mabel L Rice, James R Boot. Syntactic and Semantic Specialization and Integration in 5- to 6-Year-Old Children during Auditory Sentence Processing. Journal of cognitive neuroscience vol 32 issue 1 2021 31596168 we found that the left middle temporal gyrus showed more similar patterns within the semantic task compared with across tasks, whereas there was no difference in the correlation within the syntactic task compared with across tasks, suggesting its specialization in semantic processing. 2021-05-06 2022-01-13 Not clear
Sophie Pauligk, Sonja A Kotz, Philipp Kansk. Differential Impact of Emotion on Semantic Processing of Abstract and Concrete Words: ERP and fMRI Evidence. Scientific reports vol 9 issue 1 2020 31594966 in fmri, interactions between concreteness and emotion were observed within the semantic processing network: the left inferior frontal gyrus (ifg) and the left middle temporal gyrus (mtg). 2020-10-29 2022-01-13 Not clear
Sophie Arana, Andr\\xc3\\xa9 Marquand, Annika Hult\\xc3\\xa9n, Peter Hagoort, Jan-Mathijs Schoffele. Sensory Modality-Independent Activation of the Brain Network for Language. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 40 issue 14 2020 32111697 areas showing consistent activity patterns included not only areas previously implicated in higher-level language processing, such as left prefrontal, superior and middle temporal areas, and anterior temporal lobe, but also parts of the control network as well as subcentral and more posterior temporal-parietal areas. 2020-09-22 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
Mathias S Oechslin, Markus Gschwind, Clara E Jame. Tracking Training-Related Plasticity by Combining fMRI and DTI: The Right Hemisphere Ventral Stream Mediates Musical Syntax Processing. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 28 issue 4 2019 28203797 employing diffusion tensor imaging tractography, departing from seeds from our previous functional magnetic resonance imaging study on music syntax processing in the same participants, we identified a pathway in the right ventral stream that connects the middle temporal lobe with the inferior frontal cortex via the extreme capsule, and corresponds to the left hemisphere ventral stream, classically attributed to syntax processing in language comprehension. 2019-06-26 2022-01-13 Not clear
Mengxia Yu, Zhe Wu, Mengkai Luan, Xu Wang, Yiying Song, Jia Li. Neural correlates of semantic and phonological processing revealed by functional connectivity patterns in the language network. Neuropsychologia vol 121 issue 2019 30391566 furthermore, the fc of the lpstg with the lastg and bilateral fusiform gyrus mainly contributed to semantic processing, whereas the fc of the lastg with the left posterior middle temporal gyrus and inferior frontal gyrus largely contributed to phonological processing. 2019-02-11 2022-01-13 Not clear
Eowyn Van de Putte, Wouter De Baene, Cathy J Price, Wouter Duyc. \"Neural overlap of L1 and L2 semantic representations across visual and auditory modalities: a decoding approach\". Neuropsychologia vol 113 issue 2019 29605594 in addition, across-language predictions during reading were identified in regions typically associated with semantic processing (left inferior frontal, middle temporal cortex, right cerebellum and precuneus) and visual processing (inferior and middle occipital regions and calcarine sulcus). 2019-02-04 2022-01-13 Not clear
Pasquale Anthony Della Rosa, Eleonora Catrical\\xc3\\xa0, Matteo Canini, Gabriella Vigliocco, Stefano F Capp. The left inferior frontal gyrus: A neural crossroads between abstract and concrete knowledge. NeuroImage vol 175 issue 2019 29655937 only the left middle temporal gyrus/angular gyrus, known to be involved in semantic processing, was a significant predictor of lifg activity differentiating abstract from concrete words. 2019-02-01 2022-01-13 Not clear
Aryn A Pyke, Jon M Fincham, John R Anderso. When math operations have visuospatial meanings versus purely symbolic definitions: Which solving stages and brain regions are affected? NeuroImage vol 153 issue 2018 28363837 during encoding, several regions implicated in general semantic processing and/or mental imagery were more active in visuospatially-trained learners, including: bilateral supramarginal, precuneus, cuneus, parahippocampus, and left middle temporal regions. 2018-03-22 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jie Liu, Han Zhang, Chuansheng Chen, Hui Chen, Jiaxin Cui, Xinlin Zho. The neural circuits for arithmetic principles. NeuroImage vol 147 issue 2018 27986609 as expected, arithmetic principles elicited stronger activation in bilateral horizontal intraparietal sulcus and right supramarginal gyrus than did language processing, and stronger activation in left middle temporal lobe and left orbital part of inferior frontal gyrus than did computation. 2018-02-22 2022-01-13 Not clear
Pablo Ripoll\\xc3\\xa9s, Davina Biel, Claudia Pe\\xc3\\xb1aloza, J\\xc3\\xb6rn Kaufmann, Josep Marco-Pallar\\xc3\\xa9s, Toemme Noesselt, Antoni Rodr\\xc3\\xadguez-Fornell. Strength of Temporal White Matter Pathways Predicts Semantic Learning. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 37 issue 46 2017 29025925 in addition, we identified regions of special importance within these pathways: the posterior middle temporal gyrus, thought to serve as a lexical interface and specifically related to contextual learning; the anterior temporal lobe, known to be an amodal hub for semantic processing and related to cross-situational learning; and the white matter near the hippocampus, a structure fundamental for the initial stages of new-word learning and, remarkably, related to both types of word learning. 2017-11-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Christina E Webb, Indira C Turney, Nancy A Denni. What's the gist? The influence of schemas on the neural correlates underlying true and false memories. Neuropsychologia vol 93 issue Pt A 2017 27697593 second, both true and false recollection, as well as familiarity, were mediated by activity in left middle temporal gyrus, a region associated with semantic processing and retrieval of schematic gist. 2017-05-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
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