All Relations between mentalising and temporopolar cortex

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Brigitte Bir\\xc3\\xb3, Ren\\xc3\\xa1ta Cserj\\xc3\\xa9si, Nat\\xc3\\xa1lia Kocsel, Attila Galambos, Kinga Gecse, Lilla N\\xc3\\xb3ra Kov\\xc3\\xa1cs, D\\xc3\\xa1niel Baksa, Gabriella Juh\\xc3\\xa1sz, Gy\\xc3\\xb6ngyi K\\xc3\\xb6k\\xc3\\xb6nye. The neural correlates of context driven changes in the emotional response: An fMRI study. PloS one vol 17 issue 12 2022 36584048 in general, context (vs. pictures without context) increased activation in areas involved in facial emotional processing (e.g., middle temporal gyrus, fusiform gyrus, and temporal pole) and affective mentalizing (e.g., precuneus, temporoparietal junction). 2022-12-30 2023-01-05 Not clear
Qianying Ma, Min Pu, Naem Haihambo, Kris Baetens, Elien Heleven, Natacha Deroost, Chris Baeken, Frank Van Overwall. Effective Cerebello-Cerebral Connectivity During Implicit and Explicit Social Belief Sequence Learning Using Dynamic Causal Modelling. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience vol issue 2022 35796503 the results demonstrated the involvement of the mentalizing network in the posterior cerebellum and cerebral areas (e.g., temporo-parietal junction, precuneus, temporal pole) during implicit and explicit social sequence learning. 2022-07-07 2022-07-11 Not clear
Ahmad M Abu-Akel, Ian A Apperly, Stephen J Wood, Peter C Hanse. Re-imaging the intentional stance. Proceedings. Biological sciences vol 287 issue 1925 2020 32290800 the mere perception of the opponent (whether human or computer) as intentional activated the mentalizing network: the temporoparietal junction (tpj) bilaterally, right temporal pole, anterior paracingulate cortex (apcc) and the precuneus. 2020-06-30 2022-01-13 Not clear
Annabel D Nijhof, Lara Bardi, Marcel Brass, Jan R Wiersem. Brain activity for spontaneous and explicit mentalizing in adults with autism spectrum disorder: An fMRI study. NeuroImage. Clinical vol 18 issue 2019 29876255 moreover, the possible role of the anterior middle temporal pole in disturbed mentalizing in asd deserves further attention. 2019-02-04 2022-01-13 Not clear
Lynda C Lin, Yang Qu, Eva H Telze. Intergroup social influence on emotion processing in the brain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America vol 115 issue 42 2018 30282742 we found that participants shifted their emotions to be more in alignment with the ingroup over the outgroup, and that neural regions implicated in positive valuation [ventral striatum (vs) and ventromedial prefrontal cortex (vmpfc)], mentalizing [dorsomedial prefrontal cortex (dmpfc), medial prefrontal cortex (mpfc), posterior superior temporal sulcus (psts), and temporal pole], as well as emotion processing and salience detection (amygdala and insula), linearly tracked this behavior such that the extent of neural activity in these regions paralleled changes in participants' emotions. 2018-12-17 2022-01-13 Not clear
Gabriele Bellucci, Sergey Chernyak, Morris Hoffman, Gopikrishna Deshpande, Olga Dal Monte, Kristine M Knutson, Jordan Grafman, Frank Kruege. Effective connectivity of brain regions underlying third-party punishment: Functional MRI and Granger causality evidence. Social neuroscience vol 12 issue 2 2017 26942651 further, temporal pole (tp) and dorsomedial prefrontal cortex (pfc) emerged as hubs of the mentalizing network, uniquely generating converging output connections to ventromedial pfc, temporo-parietal junction, and posterior cingulate. 2017-07-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
Laura M\\xc3\\xbcller-Pinzler, Lena Rademacher, Frieder M Paulus, S\\xc3\\xb6ren Krac. When your friends make you cringe: social closeness modulates vicarious embarrassment-related neural activity. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience vol 11 issue 3 2016 26516170 the results show consistent responses of the anterior insula (ai) and anterior cingulate cortex (acc), shared circuits of the aversive quality of affect, as well as the medial prefrontal cortex and temporal pole, central structures of the mentalizing network. 2016-10-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
Frieder Michel Paulus, Laura M\\xc3\\xbcller-Pinzler, Andreas Jansen, Valeria Gazzola, S\\xc3\\xb6ren Krac. Mentalizing and the Role of the Posterior Superior Temporal Sulcus in Sharing Others' Embarrassment. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 25 issue 8 2016 24518753 using functional magnetic resonance imaging, we show that the embarrassment on behalf of others engages the temporal pole and the medial prefrontal cortex, central structures of the mentalizing network, together with the anterior insula and anterior cingulate cortex. 2016-03-30 2022-01-12 Not clear
Christoph W Korn, Kristin Prehn, Soyoung Q Park, Henrik Walter, Hauke R Heekere. Positively biased processing of self-relevant social feedback. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 32 issue 47 2013 23175836 second, the comparison-related component correlated with activity in the mentalizing network, including the mpfc, the temporoparietal junction, the superior temporal sulcus, the temporal pole, and the inferior frontal gyrus. 2013-02-01 2022-01-12 Not clear
Yoko Mano, Tokiko Harada, Motoaki Sugiura, Daisuke N Saito, Norihiro Sadat. Perspective-taking as part of narrative comprehension: a functional MRI study. Neuropsychologia vol 47 issue 3 2009 19135072 in contrast to the control tasks, both scenarios activated the well-known mentalizing network including the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex, temporal pole, posterior cingulate cortex and temporo-parietal junction. 2009-05-01 2022-01-12 Not clear
Yoshiya Moriguchi, Takashi Ohnishi, Richard D Lane, Motonari Maeda, Takeyuki Mori, Kiyotaka Nemoto, Hiroshi Matsuda, Gen Komak. Impaired self-awareness and theory of mind: an fMRI study of mentalizing in alexithymia. NeuroImage vol 32 issue 3 2006 16798016 the results for both groups showed activation in regions associated with mentalizing: medial prefrontal cortices (mpfc), temporo-parietal junctions (tpj), and the temporal pole (tp). 2006-10-30 2022-01-13 Not clear
Hugo J Spiers, Eleanor A Maguir. Spontaneous mentalizing during an interactive real world task: an fMRI study. Neuropsychologia vol 44 issue 10 2006 16687157 we found increased activity in a number of regions, namely the right posterior superior temporal sulcus, the medial prefrontal cortex and the right temporal pole associated with spontaneous mentalizing. 2006-09-19 2022-01-12 Not clear
Takashi Ohnishi, Yoshiya Moriguchi, Hiroshi Matsuda, Takeyuki Mori, Makiko Hirakata, Etsuko Imabayashi, Kentaro Hirao, Kiyotaka Nemoto, Makiko Kaga, Masumi Inagaki, Minoru Yamada, Akira Un. The neural network for the mirror system and mentalizing in normally developed children: an fMRI study. Neuroreport vol 15 issue 9 2004 15194879 common activations were found in the superior temporal sulcus and the fusiform gyri, whereas mentalizing specific activation was found in the medial prefrontal, temporal pole and the inferior parietal cortices. 2004-09-16 2022-01-12 Not clear
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