All Relations between self-model and right cerebral hemisphere

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Andy Wai Kan Yeun. Neural correlates of food labels on brand, nature, and nutrition: An fMRI meta-analysis. Frontiers in nutrition vol 9 issue 2023 36606226 results for the meta-analysis on food nutrition revealed that the precuneus on the right hemisphere was significantly activated, a brain region related to internal mentation of self-consciousness and nutritional evaluation. 2023-01-06 2023-01-08 Not clear
Louise P Kirsch, Christoph Mathys, Christina Papadaki, Penelope Talelli, Karl Friston, Valentina Moro, Aikaterini Fotopoulo. Updating beliefs beyond the here-and-now: the counter-factual self in anosognosia for hemiplegia. Brain communications vol 3 issue 2 2021 34151264 the syndrome of anosognosia for hemiplegia, or the lack of awareness for one's paralysis following right hemisphere stroke, can provide unique insights into the neurocognitive mechanisms of self-awareness. 2021-11-17 2022-01-13 Not clear
Brick Johnstone, Daniel Cohen, Andrew Denniso. The integration of sensations and mental experiences into a unified experience: A neuropsychological model for the \"sense of self\". Neuropsychologia vol 159 issue 2021 34237328 this article proposes a model that suggests that the right hemisphere association area integrates physical sensations and mental experiences into a unified experience (i.e., a "sense of self") that is best conceptualized and understood as the subjective experience of "mineness." 2021-08-13 2022-01-13 Not clear
Brick Johnstone, Aimee Kvandal, Robin Winslow, Jocelyn Kilgore, Melissa Guerr. The behavioral presentation of an individual with a disordered sense of self. Brain injury vol 34 issue 3 2021 31977238 there is increased recognition that the brain processes a "sense of self" (best understood as a sense of "mineness") in the right hemisphere association area and which can be distorted due to neurologic injury. 2021-07-02 2022-01-13 Not clear
Brick Johnstone, Aimee Kvandal, Robin Winslow, Jocelyn Kilgore, Melissa Guerr. The behavioral presentation of an individual with a disordered sense of self. Brain injury vol 34 issue 3 2021 31977238 this case demonstrates clinically relevant information regarding how individuals with a reduced "sense of self" (i.e., "mineness") associated with a right hemisphere tbi may report their subjective experiences and perform on objective testing. 2021-07-02 2022-01-13 Not clear
Montserrat G Delgado, Julien Bogousslavsk. Misoplegia. Frontiers of neurology and neuroscience vol 41 issue 2018 29145180 misoplegia is one of the passionate syndromes of the still "not-enough well-known" self-awareness syndromes of the right hemisphere, which shows how brain damage goes much further beyond neurological deficit. 2018-07-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
Alain Mori. The \"self-awareness-anosognosia\" paradox explained: How can one process be associated with activation of, and damage to, opposite sides of the brain? Laterality vol 22 issue 1 2017 27093371 furthermore, the claim that healthy self-awareness is located in the right hemisphere because anosognosia results from damage to this side of the brain must be fallacious. 2017-02-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
Alain Mori. The \"self-awareness-anosognosia\" paradox explained: How can one process be associated with activation of, and damage to, opposite sides of the brain? Laterality vol 22 issue 1 2017 27093371 it is proposed that (1) anosognosia does not actually result from uniquely right hemisphere damage; (2) self-awareness and anosognosia do not constitute unitary concepts and encompass multiple other related processes, most likely associated with activity in distinct anatomical networks; and (3) impaired awareness of deficit is mostly caused by problems with self-monitoring, pre-/post-brain damage comparisons of performance, and episodic memory, and is more passive, unintentional, and about the body. 2017-02-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
Kevin Guise, Karen Kelly, Jennifer Romanowski, Kai Vogeley, Steven M Platek, Elizabeth Murray, Julian Paul Keena. The Anatomical and Evolutionary Relationship between Self-awareness and Theory of Mind. Human nature (Hawthorne, N.Y.) vol 18 issue 2 2015 26181846 these data suggest that self-awareness may have evolved in concert with other right hemisphere cognitive abilities. 2015-07-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Alain Mori. Self-recognition, theory-of-mind, and self-awareness: what side are you on? Laterality vol 16 issue 3 2011 21049317 in cognitive neuroscience, an increasingly popular position holds that the right hemisphere represents the centre of self-awareness because msr and tom tasks presumably increase activity in that hemisphere. 2011-08-12 2022-01-12 Not clear
Julian P Keenan, Jennifer Rubio, Connie Racioppi, Amanda Johnson, Allyson Barnac. The right hemisphere and the dark side of consciousness. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 41 issue 5 2005 16209332 in attempting to localize these abilities, it appears that regions of the right hemisphere including fronto-temporal regions are capable of sustaining a sense of self-awareness. 2005-12-08 2022-01-12 Not clear
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