All Relations between anterior cingulate and postcentral gyrus

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H C Baggio, B Segura, N Ibarretxe-Bilbao, F Valldeoriola, M J Marti, Y Compta, E Tolosa, C Junqu\\xc3\\xa. Structural correlates of facial emotion recognition deficits in Parkinson's disease patients. Neuropsychologia vol 50 issue 8 2012 22640663 in pd patients, voxel-based morphometry analysis revealed areas of positive correlation between individual emotion recognition and gm volume: in the right orbitofrontal cortex, amygdala and postcentral gyrus and sadness identification; in the right occipital fusiform gyrus, ventral striatum and subgenual cortex and anger identification, and in the anterior cingulate cortex (acc) and disgust identification. 2012-11-29 2023-01-25 human
Carolin Br\\xc3\\xbcck, Benjamin Kreifelts, Evangelia Kaza, Martin Lotze, Dirk Wildgrube. Impact of personality on the cerebral processing of emotional prosody. NeuroImage vol 58 issue 1 2011 21689767 whereas correlation analysis did not indicate any link between brain activation and extraversion, strong positive correlations between measures of neuroticism and hemodynamic responses of the right amygdala, the left postcentral gyrus as well as medial frontal structures including the right anterior cingulate cortex emerged, suggesting that brain mechanisms mediating the decoding of emotional speech melody may vary depending on differences in neuroticism among individuals. 2011-11-23 2023-01-25 human
T Warbrick, A Mobascher, J Brinkmeyer, F Musso, N Richter, T Stoecker, G R Fink, N J Shah, G Wintere. Single-trial P3 amplitude and latency informed event-related fMRI models yield different BOLD response patterns to a target detection task. NeuroImage vol 47 issue 4 2009 19505583 however, when p3 latency or reaction time was used to determine the duration of events at a single-trial level, additional activation was observed in the left postcentral gyrus, left precentral gyrus, anterior cingulate cortex and supramarginal gyrus. 2009-10-15 2023-01-25 human
Olga Sachs, Susanne Weis, Nadia Zellagui, Walter Huber, Mikhail Zvyagintsev, Klaus Mathiak, Tilo Kirche. Automatic processing of semantic relations in fMRI: neural activation during semantic priming of taxonomic and thematic categories. Brain research vol 1218 issue 2008 18514168 the imaging data showed signal changes for the taxonomic priming effects in the right precuneus, postcentral gyrus, middle frontal and superior frontal gyri and thematic priming effects in the right middle frontal gyrus and anterior cingulate. 2008-10-08 2023-01-24 human
Xiaoyan Ke, Shanshan Hong, Tianyu Tang, Bing Zou, Huiguo Li, Yueyue Hang, Zhenyu Zhou, Zongcai Ruan, Zuhong Lu, Guotai Tao, Yijun Li. Voxel-based morphometry study on brain structure in children with high-functioning autism. Neuroreport vol 19 issue 9 2008 18520994 regional brain volume reductions were detected for right anterior cingulate, left superior parietal lobule white matter volumes, and right parahippocampal gyrus gray matter volume, whereas enlargements in bilateral supramarginal gyrus, right postcentral gyrus, right medial frontal gyrus, and right posterior lobe of cerebellum gray matter in autism. 2008-09-24 2023-01-24 Not clear
Bin Yan, Ke Li, Jianyang Xu, Wei Wang, Kuncheng Li, Hua Liu, Baoci Shan, Xiaowei Tan. Acupoint-specific fMRI patterns in human brain. Neuroscience letters vol 383 issue 3 2005 15876491 acupuncture at liv3 evoked specific activation at the postcentral gyrus, posterior cingulate, parahippocampal gyrus, ba 7, 19 and 41, but deactivation at the inferior frontal gyrus, anterior cingulate, ba 17 and 18, compared with acupuncture at its sham point. 2005-08-09 2023-01-24 human
Amy L Shelton, John D E Gabriel. Neural correlates of individual differences in spatial learning strategies. Neuropsychology vol 18 issue 3 2004 15291722 despite similarities in performance across individuals for route and survey learning, differences between route and survey encoding activation increased with increased mental rotation ability in anterior cingulate, middle frontal gyrus, and postcentral gyrus. 2004-09-16 2023-01-24 Not clear
Dominic E Job, Heather C Whalley, Sarah McConnell, Mike Glabus, Eve C Johnstone, Stephen M Lawri. Structural gray matter differences between first-episode schizophrenics and normal controls using voxel-based morphometry. NeuroImage vol 17 issue 2 2002 12377162 vbm analysis identified significant decreases in gray matter in the schizophrenics relative to the normal control group at the corrected voxel level (p < 0.05) in the right anterior cingulate, right medial frontal lobe, left middle temporal gyrus, left postcentral gyrus, and the left limbic lobe. 2002-11-25 2023-01-24 human