All Relations between brodmann area 21 and brodmann area 7

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Chun Yin Liu, Ran Tao, Lang Qin, Stephen Matthews, Wai Ting Sio. Functional connectivity during orthographic, phonological, and semantic processing of Chinese characters identifies distinct visuospatial and phonosemantic networks. Human brain mapping vol issue 2022 36097409 orthographic processing more strongly recruited the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, left superior parietal lobule and bilateral fusiform gyri; semantic processing more strongly recruited the left inferior frontal gyrus and left middle temporal gyrus, whereas phonological processing more strongly activated the dorsal part of the precentral gyrus. 2022-09-13 2022-09-14 Not clear
Linghong Kong, Haijun Li, Yongqiang Shu, Xiang Liu, Panmei Li, Kunyao Li, Wei Xie, Yaping Zeng, Dechang Pen. Aberrant Resting-State Functional Brain Connectivity of Insular Subregions in Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Frontiers in neuroscience vol 15 issue 2022 35126035 compared with the healthy control group, the osa patients exhibited disturbed fc from the dai to areas relevant to cognition, such as the bilateral cerebellum posterior lobe, superior frontal gyrus, right middle frontal gyrus and middle temporal gyrus; decreased fc from the vai to areas linked with emotion, such as the bilateral fusiform gyrus, superior parietal lobule, precuneus and cerebellum posterior lobe; and abnormal fc from the pi to the brain regions involved in sensorimotor such as the bilateral precentral gyrus, right superior/middle temporal gyrus and left superior frontal gyrus. 2022-02-07 2022-02-10 Not clear
Jian Zhang, Yujia Zhang, Yun Pan, Yong Xu, Yunzhen Xu. The neural foundation of associative memory: a dynamic functional connectivity study for right-handed young adults. Experimental brain research vol 239 issue 12 2021 34537860 the results demonstrated that (i) connectivity in the left brain included the anterior hippocampus (ahip) and right fusiform (fusiform_r), middle hippocampus (mhip) and right inferior parietal lobule (ipl_r), posterior hippocampus (phip) and left inferior parietal lobule (ipl_l), perirhinal cortex (prc) and left supramarginal gyrus (smg_l), entorhinal cortex (erc) and [left middle temporal gyrus (mtg_l), left superior parietal lobule (spl_l), right fusiform (fusiform_r)], anterior parahippocampal cortex (aphc) and right precentral gyrus (pcg_r); (ii) connectivity in the right brain included the ahip and right supramarginal gyrus (smg_r), mhip and left paracentral lobule (pcl_l), phip and left superior occipital gyrus (sog_l), prc and left middle occipital gyrus (mog_l), erc and right middle occipital gyrus (mog_r); (iii) for most connectivity patterns, the more stable the dfc, the better are the associative memory functions. 2021-11-19 2022-01-14 Not clear
Yuan Jun Xie, Yan Yan Li, Bing Xie, Yuan Yuan Xu, Li Pen. The neural basis of complex audiovisual objects maintenances in working memory. Neuropsychologia vol 133 issue 2020 31513808 the conjunction analysis showed that there was common brain regions activation involving left parietal cortex (e.g., left angular gyrus, supramarginal gyrus, and precuneus) while maintaining semantically congruent audiovisual object, whereas the common brain regions activation including the bilateral angular, left superior parietal lobule, and left middle temporal gyrus was found during maintaining semantically incongruent audiovisual objects. 2020-07-29 2022-01-13 Not clear
Catherine M Mewborn, Cutter A Lindbergh, Talia L Robinson, Marissa A Gogniat, Douglas P Terry, Kharine R Jean, Billy Randy Hammond, Lisa M Renzi-Hammond, Lloyd Stephen Mille. Lutein and Zeaxanthin Are Positively Associated with Visual-Spatial Functioning in Older Adults: An fMRI Study. Nutrients vol 10 issue 4 2018 29642425 the results demonstrated that individuals with higher concentrations of l and z showed a decreased blood-oxygen-level dependent (bold) signal during task performance (i.e., "neural efficiency") in key areas associated with visual-spatial perception, processing, decision-making, and motor coordination, including the lateral occipital cortex, occipital pole, superior and middle temporal gyri, superior parietal lobule, superior and middle frontal gyri, and pre- and post-central gyri. 2018-09-17 2022-01-13 Not clear
Spiro P Pantazato. Prediction of individual season of birth using MRI. NeuroImage vol 88 issue 2018 24246490 discriminating regions included fusiform and middle temporal gyrus, inferior and superior parietal lobe, cerebellum, and dorsolateral and dorsomedial prefrontal cortex. 2018-01-19 2022-01-12 Not clear
Wenyan Jiang, Zhongmin Yin, Yixin Pang, Feng Wu, Lingtao Kong, Ke X. Brain functional changes in facial expression recognition in patients with major depressive disorder before and after antidepressant treatment: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Neural regeneration research vol 7 issue 15 2015 25722708 following escitalopram oxalate treatment, patients exhibited decreased activation in bilateral precentral gyrus, bilateral middle frontal gyrus, left middle temporal gyrus, bilateral postcentral gyrus, left cingulate and right parahippocampal gyrus, and increased activation in right superior frontal gyrus, bilateral superior parietal lobule and left occipital gyrus during sad facial expression recognition. 2015-02-27 2022-01-12 Not clear
Jie Yang, Hua Shu, Yanchao Bi, Youyi Liu, Xiaoyi Wan. Dissociation and association of the embodied representation of tool-use verbs and hand verbs: An fMRI study. Brain and language vol 119 issue 3 2012 21741081 contrasts between tool-use verbs and hand verbs demonstrated that tool verbs elicited stronger activity in left superior parietal lobule, left middle frontal gyrus and left posterior middle temporal gyrus. 2012-01-31 2022-01-12 Not clear
Hayato Tsuda, Tomoko Aoki, Naohiko Oku, Yasuyuki Kimura, Jun Hatazawa, Hiroshi Kinoshit. Functional brain areas associated with manipulation of a prehensile tool: a PET study. Human brain mapping vol 30 issue 9 2009 19172647 the tool-use prehension, compared to the finger prehension, was associated with higher activities in the caudal-ventral premotor, dorsal premotor, superior parietal, posterior intraparietal, middle temporal gyrus, and primary sensory, occipital cortices, and the cerebellum. 2009-11-13 2022-01-12 Not clear
Anders M Fjell, Lars T Westlye, Inge Amlien, Thomas Espeseth, Ivar Reinvang, Naftali Raz, Ingrid Agartz, David H Salat, Doug N Greve, Bruce Fischl, Anders M Dale, Kristine B Walhov. High consistency of regional cortical thinning in aging across multiple samples. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 19 issue 9 2009 19150922 the results showed consistent age effects across samples in the superior, middle, and inferior frontal gyri, superior and middle temporal gyri, precuneus, inferior and superior parietal cortices, fusiform and lingual gyri, and the temporo-parietal junction. 2009-10-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Marina Bedny, Sharon L Thompson-Schil. Neuroanatomically separable effects of imageability and grammatical class during single-word comprehension. Brain and language vol 98 issue 2 2006 16716387 the left superior parietal lobule and a region in the left fusiform responded similarly to increases in noun and verb imageability; the left superior temporal gyrus showed greater activity for verbs than nouns after imageability was matched across grammatical class; and, in both the left middle temporal gyrus and the left inferior frontal lobe, a decrease in noun but not verb imageability resulted in higher bold signal. 2006-10-19 2022-01-12 Not clear
Shimin Fu, Yiping Chen, Stephen Smith, Susan Iversen, P M Matthew. Effects of word form on brain processing of written Chinese. NeuroImage vol 17 issue 3 2003 12414292 rate effects for pinyin reading were observed in bilateral fusiform, lingual, and middle occipital gyri, bilateral superior parietal lobule/precuneus, left inferior parietal lobule, bilateral inferior temporal gyrus, left middle temporal gyrus, and left superior temporal gyrus. 2003-02-13 2022-01-11 Not clear
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