All Relations between multisensory interaction and precuneate lobule

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Michaela McAssey, Thomas Brandt, Marianne Dieteric. EEG analysis of the visual motion activated vection network in left- and right-handers. Scientific reports vol 12 issue 1 2022 36379961 differences in estimated source activity were found across visual, sensorimotor, and multisensory vestibular cortex in the early window, and were observed primarily in the posterior cingulate, retrosplenial cortex, and precuneus in the late window. 2022-11-15 2022-11-21 Not clear
Barbara Tomasino, Ilaria Del Negro, Riccardo Garbo, Gian Luigi Gigli, Serena D'Agostini, Maria Rosaria Valent. Multisensory mental imagery of fatigue: Evidence from an fMRI study. Human brain mapping vol issue 2022 35315967 the si task (vs. vi task) differentially activated three areas: (i) the precuneus, which is involved in first-person perspective taking; (ii) the left superior temporal sulcus, which is a multisensory integration area; and (iii) the left inferior frontal gyrus, known to be involved in mental imagery network. 2022-03-22 2022-04-14 Not clear
Shoji Tanaka, Eiji Kirin. The Precuneus Contributes to Embodied Scene Construction for Singing in an Opera. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 15 issue 2021 34720910 our findings suggest that, with the aid of its widespread connectivity, the precuneus and its network allow embodiment and multimodal integration of mental scenes. 2021-11-02 2022-01-13 Not clear
Isabelle Ripp, Anna-Nora Zur Nieden, Sonja Blankenagel, Nicolai Franzmeier, Johan N Lundstr\\xc3\\xb6m, Jessica Freiher. Multisensory integration processing during olfactory-visual stimulation-An fMRI graph theoretical network analysis. Human brain mapping vol 39 issue 9 2019 29736907 based on the identification of multisensory integration processing (mip) specific hub-like network nodes analyzed with network-based statistics using region-of-interest based connectivity matrices, we conclude the following brain areas to be important for processing the presented bimodal sensory information: right precuneus connected contralaterally to the supramarginal gyrus for memory-related imagery and phonology retrieval, and the left middle occipital gyrus connected ipsilaterally to the inferior frontal gyrus via the inferior fronto-occipital fasciculus including functional aspects of working memory. 2019-12-17 2022-01-13 Not clear
Salima Jiwani, Blake C Papsin, Karen A Gordo. Early unilateral cochlear implantation promotes mature cortical asymmetries in adolescents who are deaf. Human brain mapping vol 37 issue 1 2016 26456629 the first ci evoked activity which was more strongly lateralized to the contralateral left hemisphere than normal, with abnormal recruitment of the left prefrontal cortex (involved in cognition/attention), left temporo-parietal-occipital junction (multi-modal integration), and right precuneus (visual processing) region. 2016-10-11 2022-01-12 Not clear
Maiko Uesaki, Hiroshi Ashid. Optic-flow selective cortical sensory regions associated with self-reported states of vection. Frontiers in psychology vol 6 issue 2015 26106350 it has repeatedly been demonstrated that a cortical network including visual, multisensory, and vestibular areas is implicated in processing optic flow; namely, visual areas middle temporal cortex (mt+), v6; multisensory areas ventral intra-parietal area (vip), cingulate sulcus visual area, precuneus motion area (pcm); and vestibular areas parieto-insular vestibular cortex (pivc) and putative area 2v (p2v). 2015-06-24 2022-01-12 Not clear
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