All Relations between amygdala and inferior frontal gyrus

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Jianjun Zhu, Carl M Anderson, Kyoko Ohashi, Alaptagin Khan, Martin H Teiche. Potential sensitive period effects of maltreatment on amygdala, hippocampal and cortical response to threat. Molecular psychiatry vol issue 2023 36869224 bold activation fmri response to threatening versus neutral facial images was assessed in key components of the threat detection system (i.e., amygdala, hippocampus, anterior cingulate, inferior frontal gyrus and ventromedial and dorsomedial prefrontal cortices) in 202 healthy, unmedicated, participants (84 m/118 f, 23.2\xe2\x80\x89\xc2\xb1\xe2\x80\x891.7 years old). 2023-03-03 2023-03-06 human
Shimpei Yoshimura, Shizuka Nakamura, Tomoka Morimot. Changes in neural activity during the combining affect labeling and reappraisal. Neuroscience research vol issue 2022 36473523 in comparison to the sole use of reappraisal, increased activity was found in the bilateral inferior frontal gyrus and medial frontal gyrus, whereas decreased activity in the right amygdala. 2022-12-09 2023-01-30 human
Chun-Ting Hsu, Wataru Sato, Takanori Kochiyama, Ryusuke Nakai, Kohei Asano, Nobuhito Abe, Sakiko Yoshikaw. Enhanced Mirror Neuron Network Activity and Effective Connectivity during Live Interaction Among Female Subjects. NeuroImage vol issue 2022 36182055 live performances showed greater engagement of the right posterior superior temporal sulcus (psts), right inferior frontal gyrus (ifg), right amygdala and right fusiform gyrus, and modulated the effective connectivity within the right mirror neuron system (ifg, psts, and right inferior parietal lobule). 2022-10-01 2023-01-30 human
Xun Yang, Yueyue Su, Fan Yang, Yuan Song, Jiangnan Yan, Ya Luo, Jianguang Zen. Neurofunctional mapping of reward anticipation and outcome for major depressive disorder: a voxel-based meta-analysis. Psychological medicine vol issue 2022 36047042 during reward anticipation, the depressed patients exhibited an increased response in the bilateral middle cingulate cortex (mcc) extending to the anterior cingulate cortex, the medial prefrontal cortex, the left inferior frontal gyrus (ifg), and the postcentral gyrus, but a reduced response in the mesolimbic circuit, including the left striatum, insula, amygdala, right cerebellum, striatum, and ifg, compared to controls. 2022-09-01 2023-01-30 human
Zhuo Fang, Emma Lynn, Marie Huc, Stuart Fogel, Verner J Knott, Natalia Jaworsk. Simultaneous EEG\\xc2\\xa0+\\xc2\\xa0fMRI study of brain activity during an emotional Stroop task in individuals in remission from depression. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 155 issue 2022 36041320 hv versus\xc2\xa0mddr groups had greater brain activation to emotional versus\xc2\xa0neutral words in various regions, including the left amygdala, inferior frontal gyrus (ifg); this appeared to be driven by elevated activity to neutral words in the mddr group (neutral\xc2\xa0>\xc2\xa0emotional). 2022-08-30 2023-01-30 human
Roxane Assaf, Julien Ouellet, Josiane Bourque, Emmanuel Stip, Marco Leyton, Patricia Conrod, St\\xc3\\xa9phane Potvi. Neural alterations of emotion processing in atypical trajectories of psychotic-like experiences. Schizophrenia (Heidelberg, Germany) vol 8 issue 1 2022 35853901 the increasing ple trajectory also displayed impaired connectivity between the amygdala, ventromedial prefrontal cortex, and cerebellum, and between the ifg, precuneus, and temporal regions, while the decreasing trajectory exhibited reduced connectivity between the amygdala and visual regions during emotion processing. 2022-07-19 2023-01-30 Not clear
Mingtong Liu, Chang Hong Liu, Shuang Zheng, Ke Zhao, Xiaolan F. Reexamining the neural network involved in perception of facial expression: A meta-analysis. Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews vol 131 issue 2021 34536463 through meta-analytic connectivity modeling (macm) of the main brain regions in the ventral pathway, we constructed a co-activating neural network as a revised model of facial expression processing that assigns prominent roles to the amygdala, ffa, the occipital gyrus, and the inferior frontal gyrus. 2021-12-03 2023-01-26 human
Lenka Zackov\\xc3\\xa1, Martin J\\xc3\\xa1ni, Milan Br\\xc3\\xa1zdil, Yuliya S Nikolova, Kl\\xc3\\xa1ra Mare\\xc4\\x8dkov\\xc3\\xa. Cognitive impairment and depression: Meta-analysis of structural magnetic resonance imaging studies. NeuroImage. Clinical vol 32 issue 2021 34560530 48 voxel-based morphometry (vbm) studies of individuals with mdd, mci, and age-matched controls and demonstrated that mdd and mci patients had shared volumetric reductions in a number of regions including the insula, superior temporal gyrus (stg), inferior frontal gyrus, amygdala, hippocampus, and thalamus. 2021-11-17 2023-01-26 Not clear
Isabell Sahraei, Franziska E Hildesheim, Ina Thome, Roman Kessler, Kristin M Rusch, Jens Sommer, Inge Kamp-Becker, Rudolf Stark, Andreas Janse. Developmental changes within the extended face processing network: A cross-sectional functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Developmental neurobiology vol issue 2021 34676995 on the one hand, children showed increased activity in the extended face processing system in relation to adults, particularly in the left amygdala, the right insula, and the left ifg. 2021-11-17 2023-01-26 Not clear
Sayaka Wada, Motoyasu Honma, Yuri Masaoka, Masaki Yoshida, Nobuyoshi Koiwa, Haruko Sugiyama, Natsuko Iizuka, Satomi Kubota, Yumika Kokudai, Akira Yoshikawa, Shotaro Kamijo, Sawa Kamimura, Masahiro Ida, Kenjiro Ono, Hidetoshi Onda, Masahiko Izumizak. Volume of the right supramarginal gyrus is associated with a maintenance of emotion recognition ability. PloS one vol 16 issue 7 2021 34293003 we measured the gray matter volume of 18 regions of interest including the bilateral precuneus, supramarginal gyrus, orbital gyrus, straight gyrus, superior temporal sulcus, inferior frontal gyrus, insular cortex, amygdala, and hippocampus, which have been associated with social function and emotion recognition. 2021-11-10 2023-01-26 human
Lauren Kuhns, Emese Kroon, Francesca Filbey, Janna Cousij. Unraveling the role of cigarette use in neural cannabis cue reactivity in heavy cannabis users. Addiction biology vol 26 issue 3 2021 32761688 in our sample of cannabis users and controls closely matched on cigarette use, significant interactions between cannabis and cigarette use status emerged in the amygdala, striatum, acc, frontal pole, and inferior frontal gyrus. 2021-11-01 2023-01-26 Not clear
Sara Sorella, Alessandro Grecucci, Luca Piretti, Remo Jo. Do anger perception and the experience of anger share common neural mechanisms? Coordinate-based meta-analytic evidence of similar and different mechanisms from functional neuroimaging studies. NeuroImage vol 230 issue 2021 33503484 according to our tentative model, angry stimuli are processed by temporal areas, such as the superior temporal gyrus, the fusiform gyrus and the amygdala; on the other hand, the subjective experience of anger mainly relies on the anterior insula; finally, this pattern of activations converges in the right ifg. 2021-10-12 2023-01-26 human
Patricia Irizar, Natalia Albein-Urios, Jos\\xc3\\xa9 Miguel Mart\\xc3\\xadnez-Gonz\\xc3\\xa1lez, Antonio Verdejo-Garcia, Valentina Lorenzett. Unpacking common and distinct neuroanatomical alterations in cocaine dependent versus pathological gambling. European neuropsychopharmacology : the journal of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology vol 33 issue 2021 32088112 in line with emerging functional neuroimaging findings, we hypothesised (i) lower volumes of corticostriatal areas ascribed to decision-making/inhibitory control, craving and reward processing (i.e., orbitofrontal cortex, inferior frontal gyrus, amygdala, striatum, insula) in both pathological gamblers and cocaine dependent participants versus controls; (ii) selected dopaminergic/glutamatergic pathways directly taxed by cocaine (i.e., superior, dorsolateral and anterior cingulate cortices) would be altered in cocaine dependent versus control participants only. 2021-08-10 2023-01-26 human
Anita Harrewijn, Pablo Vidal-Ribas, Katharina Clore-Gronenborn, Sarah M Jackson, Simone Pisano, Daniel S Pine, Argyris Stringari. Associations between brain activity and endogenous and exogenous cortisol - A systematic review. Psychoneuroendocrinology vol 120 issue 2021 32592873 higher levels of endogenous cortisol during psychological stress were related to increased activity in the middle temporal gyrus and perigenual anterior cingulate cortex (acc), decreased activity in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex, and altered function (i.e., mixed findings, increased or decreased) in the amygdala, hippocampus and inferior frontal gyrus. 2021-07-19 2023-01-26 human
Andrew H Farkas, Rebekah L Trotti, Elizabeth A Edge, Ling-Yu Huang, Aviva Kasowski, Olivia F Thomas, Eli Chlan, Maria P Granros, Kajol K Patel, Dean Sabatinell. Humor and emotion: Quantitative meta analyses of functional neuroimaging studies. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 139 issue 2021 33836303 a primary finding was that complex humor activates supramodal areas of the brain strongly associated with emotional processes, including bilateral amygdala and inferior frontal gyrus. 2021-07-12 2023-01-26 human
Anders Lillevik Thorsen, Stella J de Wit, Pernille Hagland, Olga Therese Ousdal, Bjarne Hansen, Kristen Hagen, Gerd Kvale, Odile A van den Heuve. Stable inhibition-related inferior frontal hypoactivation and fronto-limbic hyperconnectivity in obsessive-compulsive disorder after concentrated exposure therapy. NeuroImage. Clinical vol 28 issue 2021 33395956 before treatment, ocd patients compared to controls showed less inhibition-related activation in the right inferior frontal gyrus, and increased functional connectivity between the right amygdala and the right inferior frontal gyrus and pre-supplementary motor area. 2021-06-25 2023-01-26 Not clear
Kristina Dahlgren, Charles Ferris, Stephan Haman. Neural correlates of successful emotional episodic encoding and retrieval: An SDM meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies. Neuropsychologia vol 143 issue 2021 32416099 for successful emotional episodic memory retrieval, sdm activations were observed in the medial temporal lobe (bilateral amygdala, left hippocampus, and left entorhinal cortex and perirhinal cortex), visual processing regions (bilateral occipital cortex and right middle temporal gyrus), prefrontal cortex (bilateral orbitofrontal cortex, bilateral inferior frontal gyrus, bilateral precentral gyrus, left middle frontal gyrus, right frontal pole) and other regions in the left hemisphere including the temporal pole, insula, putamen, angular gyrus, and parietal opercular cortex. 2021-06-24 2023-01-26 Not clear
Yu Sun Chung, Vince Calhoun, Michael C Steven. Adolescent sex differences in cortico-subcortical functional connectivity during response inhibition. Cognitive, affective & behavioral neuroscience vol 20 issue 1 2021 31111341 as predicted and similar to previously described findings from non-task-driven resting state connectivity studies, functional connectivity sex differences were observed in several subcortical regions, including the amygdala, caudate, thalamus, and cortical regions, including inferior frontal gyrus engaged most strongly during successful response inhibition and/or error processing. 2021-06-15 2023-01-26 Not clear
Yuta Katsumi, Sanda Dolco. Suppress to feel and remember less: Neural correlates of explicit and implicit emotional suppression on perception and memory. Neuropsychologia vol 145 issue 2021 29432767 at the neural level, the engagement of explicit suppression was uniquely associated with decreased activity in the amygdala (amy), during emotional ratings, and in the amy and inferior frontal gyrus (ifg), during successful encoding. 2021-06-09 2023-01-26 human
Yuyang Luo, Tara L Alvarez, Jeffrey M Halperin, Xiaobo L. Multimodal neuroimaging-based prediction of adult outcomes in childhood-onset ADHD using ensemble learning techniques. NeuroImage. Clinical vol 26 issue 2021 32182578 features of nodal efficiency in right inferior frontal gyrus, right middle frontal (mfg)-inferior parietal (ipl) functional connectivity, and right amygdala volume significantly contributed to accurate discrimination between adhd probands and controls; higher nodal efficiency of right mfg greatly contributed to inattentive and hyperactive/impulsive symptom remission, while higher right mfg-ipl functional connectivity strongly linked to symptom persistence in adults with childhood adhd. 2021-02-22 2023-01-26 Not clear