All Relations between area temporalis inferior and orbital frontal cortex

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Edmund T Roll. Hippocampal spatial view cells for memory and navigation, and their underlying connectivity in humans. Hippocampus vol issue 2022 36070199 inferior temporal object "what" inputs and orbitofrontal cortex reward inputs connect to the human hippocampal system, and in macaques can be associated in the hippocampus with spatial view cell "where" representations to implement episodic memory. 2022-09-07 2022-09-14 Not clear
Edmund T Rolls, Gustavo Deco, Chu-Chung Huang, Jianfeng Fen. Multiple cortical visual streams in humans. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol issue 2022 35834308 a ventrolateral visual "what" stream for object and face recognition projects hierarchically to the inferior temporal visual cortex, which projects to the orbitofrontal cortex for reward value and emotion, and to the hippocampal memory system. 2022-07-14 2022-07-19 Not clear
Edmund T Rolls, Gustavo Deco, Chu-Chung Huang, Jianfeng Fen. The human language effective connectome. NeuroImage vol issue 2022 35659999 a (semantic) network (group 1) involving inferior cortical regions of the superior temporal sulcus cortex (sts) with the adjacent inferior temporal visual cortex te1a and temporal pole tg, and the connected parietal pgi region, has effective connectivity with inferior temporal visual cortex (te) regions; with parietal pfm which also has visual connectivity; with posterior cingulate cortex memory-related regions; with the frontal pole, orbitofrontal cortex, and medial prefrontal cortex; with the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex; and with 44 and 45 for output regions. 2022-06-06 2022-06-13 Not clear
Hikaru Takeuchi, Yasuyuki Taki, Rui Nouchi, Ryoichi Yokoyama, Yuka Kotozaki, Seishu Nakagawa, Atsushi Sekiguchi, Kunio Iizuka, Yuki Yamamoto, Sugiko Hanawa, Tsuyoshi Araki, Carlos Makoto Miyauchi, Kohei Sakaki, Takayuki Nozawa, Shigeyuki Ikeda, Susumu Yokota, Magistro Daniele, Yuko Sassa, Ryuta Kawashim. Association of copper levels in the hair with gray matter volume, mean diffusivity, and cognitive functions. Brain structure & function vol 224 issue 3 2019 30656448 our findings showed that high copper levels were associated mostly with low cognitive abilities (low scores on the intelligence test consisting of complex speed tasks, involving reasoning task, a complex arithmetic task, and a reading comprehension task) as well as lower reverse stroop interference, high rgmv over widespread areas of the brain [mainly including the bilateral lateral and medial parietal cortices, medial temporal structures (amygdala, hippocampus, and parahippocampal gyrus), middle cingulate cortex, orbitofrontal cortex, insula, perisylvian areas, inferior temporal lobe, temporal pole, occipital lobes, and supplementary motor area], as well as high md of the right substantia nigra and bilateral hippocampus, which are indicative of low density in brain tissues. 2019-08-30 2022-01-13 Not clear
Paul B Rosenberg, Milap A Nowrangi, Constantine G Lyketso. Neuropsychiatric symptoms in Alzheimer's disease: What might be associated brain circuits? Molecular aspects of medicine vol 43-44 issue 2016 26049034 apathy in ad is associated with frontal cortex, anterior cingulate cortex, posterior cingulate cortex, as well as orbitofrontal cortex, and inferior temporal cortex, and may be associated with mechanisms underlying avoidance behaviors. 2016-07-04 2022-01-12 Not clear
Soichiro Kitamura, Fumihiko Yasuno, Makoto Inoue, Jun Kosaka, Kuniaki Kiuchi, Kiwamu Matsuoka, Toshifumi Kishimoto, Tetsuya Suhar. Increased binding of 5-HT1A receptors in a dissociative amnesic patient after the recovery process. Psychiatry research vol 224 issue 1 2014 25052950 5-ht1a receptor bindings of the patient at the recovery state were significantly higher than those of healthy subjects in the right superior and middle frontal cortex, left inferior frontal and orbitofrontal cortex and bilateral inferior temporal cortex. 2014-12-05 2022-01-12 Not clear
E T Rolls, S M Stringe. A model of the interaction between mood and memory. Network (Bristol, England) vol 12 issue 2 2001 11405424 the results are relevant to understanding the interaction between structures important in mood and emotion (such as the amygdala and orbitofrontal cortex) and other brain areas involved in storing objects and faces (such as the inferior temporal visual cortex) and memories (such as the hippocampus). 2001-11-01 2022-01-11 Not clear
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