All Relations between temporopolar cortex and lateral occipitotemporal gyrus

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Brigitte Bir\\xc3\\xb3, Ren\\xc3\\xa1ta Cserj\\xc3\\xa9si, Nat\\xc3\\xa1lia Kocsel, Attila Galambos, Kinga Gecse, Lilla N\\xc3\\xb3ra Kov\\xc3\\xa1cs, D\\xc3\\xa1niel Baksa, Gabriella Juh\\xc3\\xa1sz, Gy\\xc3\\xb6ngyi K\\xc3\\xb6k\\xc3\\xb6nye. The neural correlates of context driven changes in the emotional response: An fMRI study. PloS one vol 17 issue 12 2022 36584048 in general, context (vs. pictures without context) increased activation in areas involved in facial emotional processing (e.g., middle temporal gyrus, fusiform gyrus, and temporal pole) and affective mentalizing (e.g., precuneus, temporoparietal junction). 2022-12-30 2023-01-05 Not clear
Ang\\xc3\\xa9lique Volfart, Xiaoqian Yan, Louis Maillard, Sophie Colnat-Coulbois, Gabriela Hossu, Bruno Rossion, Jacques Jona. Intracerebral electrical stimulation of the right anterior fusiform gyrus impairs human face identity recognition. NeuroImage vol issue 2022 35085763 brain regions located between the right fusiform face area (ffa) in the middle fusiform gyrus and the temporal pole may play a critical role in human face identity recognition but their investigation is limited by a large signal drop-out in functional magnetic resonance imaging (fmri). 2022-01-27 2022-02-06 Not clear
Kie Woo Nam, Nazareth Castellanos, Andrew Simmons, Se\\xc3\\xa1n Froudist-Walsh, Matthew P Allin, Muriel Walshe, Robin M Murray, Alan Evans, J-Sebastian Muehlboeck, Chiara Nosart. Alterations in cortical thickness development in preterm-born individuals: Implications for high-order cognitive functions. NeuroImage vol 115 issue 2016 25871628 within these spatially distributed regions (top 1%), longitudinal changes in cortical thickness in left temporal pole, right occipitotemporal gyrus and left superior parietal lobe were significantly associated with scores on language-based tests of executive function. 2016-02-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
Simon W Davis, Roberto Cabez. Cross-hemispheric collaboration and segregation associated with task difficulty as revealed by structural and functional connectivity. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 35 issue 21 2015 26019335 second, as matching difficulty intensified, cross-hemispheric functional connectivity (cfc) increased in domain-general frontopolar cortex (for both word and face matching) but decreased in domain-specific ventral temporal lobe regions (temporal pole for word matching and fusiform gyrus for face matching). 2015-08-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
Benjamin Kreifelts, Heike Jacob, Carolin Br\\xc3\\xbcck, Michael Erb, Thomas Ethofer, Dirk Wildgrube. Non-verbal emotion communication training induces specific changes in brain function and structure. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 7 issue 2013 24146641 training-induced changes in non-verbal emotion sensitivity at the behavioral level and the respective cerebral activation patterns were correlated in the face-selective cortical areas in the posterior superior temporal sulcus and fusiform gyrus for valence ratings and in the temporal pole, lateral prefrontal cortex and midbrain/thalamus for the response times. 2013-10-22 2022-01-12 Not clear
Julia C Hailstone, Gerard R Ridgway, Jonathan W Bartlett, Johanna C Goll, Aisling H Buckley, Sebastian J Crutch, Jason D Warre. Voice processing in dementia: a neuropsychological and neuroanatomical analysis. Brain : a journal of neurology vol 134 issue Pt 9 2011 21908871 the neuroanatomical analysis across both disease groups revealed common grey matter associations of familiarity, identification and cross-modal recognition in all modalities in the right temporal pole and anterior fusiform gyrus; while in the alzheimer's disease group, voice discrimination was associated with grey matter in the right inferior parietal lobe. 2011-11-08 2022-01-12 Not clear
R Vandenbergh. Functional specialisation within the cortical language network: effects of cortical dysfunction. Verhandelingen - Koninklijke Academie voor Geneeskunde van Belgie vol 69 issue 1 2007 17427872 the experiments provide converging evidence that 1. the integrity of the right mid- and anterior fusiform gyrus is required for full and detailed retrieval of knowledge of visual attributes of concrete entities 2. the left posterior superior temporal sulcus is critically involved in lexical-semantic retrieval 3. the anterior temporal pole to the left functions as an associative structure that links the representations of meaning that are distribured over the cortical brain surface. 2007-04-30 2022-01-12 Not clear
Klaus Hoenig, Lukas Schee. Mediotemporal contributions to semantic processing: fMRI evidence from ambiguity processing during semantic context verification. Hippocampus vol 15 issue 5 2005 15884095 contrary to previous reports from human lesion studies, the present findings further suggest, that the specific cognitive component of lexico-semantic ambiguity processing is neither dependent on the hippocampus nor exclusively subserved by the temporal pole, but also recruits an associative semantic memory function from the parahippocampal gyrus as well as a more general (bottom-up) semantic function from the fusiform gyrus. 2005-09-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
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