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Anatomical Segregation of Representations of Personally Familiar and Famous People in the Temporal and Parietal Cortices

Motoaki Sugiura, Yuko Sassa, Jobu Watanabe, Yuko Akitsuki, Yasuhiro Maeda, Yoshihiko Matsue, Ryuta Kawashima
2009 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
In particular, those who compared famous and personally familiar people underscored quali- tative differences in the representation between the two classes of familiar people (Sugiura et al., 2006; Gobbini  ...  Activation sensitive to the familiarity of Volume 21, Number 10 famous people and activation relevant to personally familiar people were observed in distinct cortical areas.  ... 
doi:10.1162/jocn.2008.21150 pmid:18855557 fatcat:uqq4iybvqnaqxks7fvxn6v4geu

Cortical Representations of Personally Familiar Objects and Places: Functional Organization of the Human Posterior Cingulate Cortex

Motoaki Sugiura, Nadim J. Shah, Karl Zilles, Gereon R. Fink
2005 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
We assume involvement of the left intraparietal sulcus in egocentric spatial repre- sentation of personally familiar places in addition to that in motor representation of personally familiar objects, because  ...  Activation profile in the activation peaks the FP trials, suggesting an important role of this region in the representation of personally familiar places.  ... 
doi:10.1162/0898929053124956 pmid:15811232 fatcat:f7wrhfjx6ramnohw6fkrsd7wu4

Cognitive and Anatomical Underpinnings of the Conceptual Knowledge for Common Objects and Familiar People: A Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Study

Fabio Campanella, Franco Fabbro, Cosimo Urgesi, Alessio Avenanti
2013 PLoS ONE  
Several studies have addressed the issue of how knowledge of common objects is organized in the brain, whereas the cognitive and anatomical underpinnings of familiar people knowledge have been less explored  ...  Results are discussed in the light of current models of face and object semantic representations in the brain.  ...  The complimentary semantic and perceptual roles, respectively, of the left and right anterior temporal cortices might explain the mixture of perceptual and semantic deficits in recognizing familiar people  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0064596 pmid:23704999 pmcid:PMC3660352 fatcat:47b5wwbqk5gzfmscnvifs53nta

Interaction of Face and Voice Areas during Speaker Recognition

Katharina von Kriegstein, Andreas Kleinschmidt, Philipp Sterzer, Anne-Lise Giraud
2005 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
& Face and voice processing contribute to person recognition, but it remains unclear how the segregated specialized cortical modules interact.  ...  They reveal that in the context of speaker recognition, the assessment of person familiarity does not necessarily engage supramodal cortical substrates but can result from the direct sharing of information  ...  Acknowledgments We thank our colleagues for their participation and Christian Büchel for comments on an earlier version of the manuscript. K. von Kriegstein, A. Kleinschmidt, and P.  ... 
doi:10.1162/0898929053279577 pmid:15813998 fatcat:6alyoioizfa3nondqgbqc6zhe4

Neural systems underlying lexical retrieval for sign language

Karen Emmorey, Thomas Grabowski, Stephen McCullough, Hanna Damasio, Laura L.B. Ponto, Richard D. Hichwa, Ursula Bellugi
2003 Neuropsychologia  
The retrieval of fingerspelled and native signs generally engaged the same cortical regions, but fingerspelled signs in addition activated a premotor region, perhaps due to the increased motor planning  ...  Naming famous persons activated the left temporal pole (TP), whereas naming animals (whether fingerspelled or signed) activated left inferotemporal (IT) cortex.  ...  We thank Ed Klima for helpful comments on a draft of the manuscript, and we particularly thank all of the Deaf subjects who participated in the study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0028-3932(02)00089-1 pmid:12427567 fatcat:zlldzfz5nvh6lgzu3pwmiwthm4

Voice processing in dementia: a neuropsychological and neuroanatomical analysis

Julia C. Hailstone, Gerard R. Ridgway, Jonathan W. Bartlett, Johanna C. Goll, Aisling H. Buckley, Sebastian J. Crutch, Jason D. Warren
2011 Brain  
The right anterior temporal lobe is likely to have a critical role in the recognition of voices and other modalities of person knowledge.  ...  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  ...  We thank Dr Doris-Eva Bamiou for assistance with audiometric assessments, Professor Roy Patterson and Dr Martin Vestergaard for assistance in preparing vocal size stimuli; Dr John Stevens for assistance  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/awr205 pmid:21908871 pmcid:PMC3170540 fatcat:pzsqlo3lgffcnorohtcwkpubra

Cerebral correlates of visual awareness

A.D. Milner
1995 Neuropsychologia  
In the domain of vision, for example, perceptual awareness might only be attainable in association with object-centred coding, configural representations of space, and other such forms of abstracted (non-retinocentric  ...  It appears that these forms of visual coding are anatomically restricted to telencephalic structures, and indeed it has been argued that they may be peculiar to, or at least visually dependent upon, the  ...  Acknowledgements--The author is grateful to D. P. Carey, D. I. Perrett and M. D. Rugg for helpful comments on an early draft of this paper, and also to an anonymous reviewer of the submitted version.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0028-3932(95)00052-5 pmid:7501133 fatcat:kaqsi5o3rfdipom3iwnav4tkpm

Here I am: The cortical correlates of visual self-recognition

Christel Devue, Fabienne Collette, Evelyne Balteau, Christian Degueldre, André Luxen, Pierre Maquet, Serge Brédart
2007 Brain Research  
The right frontal cortex and the insula were found to be the main regions specifically implicated in visual self-recognition compared with visual processing of other highly familiar persons.  ...  In addition, recognition of familiar persons from bodies has been relatively neglected.  ...  At a later level of processing, anterior regions (i.e., mainly the frontal and superior temporal cortices, the anterior cingulate cortex and the anterior insula) may serve to distinguish different persons  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.brainres.2007.01.055 pmid:17306235 fatcat:twajvrss2zcz5nwkxv2rz6taq4

Hippocampal contributions to neurocognitive mapping in humans: A new model

R.A.P. Roche, M.A. Mangaoang, S. Commins, S.M. O'Mara
2005 Hippocampus  
We present a reinterpretation of the types of knowledge used in the formation of this spatial construct, the processes that act upon this information, the nature of the final spatial representation, and  ...  Here, we propose a neurocognitive model of spatial representation describing how several different processes interact and segregate the differing types of information used to produce a unified cognitive  ...  of the medial temporal lobe (MTL) and, to a lesser extent, the parietal cortex.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hipo.20084 pmid:15959916 fatcat:2o4ueygdhjfutct7vjpaptmula

Proper name retrieval and structural integrity of cerebral cortex in midlife: A cross-sectional study

Vanja Kljajevic, Asier Erramuzpe
2018 Brain and Cognition  
However, we observed no correlations between MA's TOT scores and GM volumes or cortical thickness of the brain regions typically reported as implicated in retrieval of proper names: left anterior temporal  ...  Grey matter (GM) density and cortical thickness were used as indices of structural integrity of the cerebral cortex.  ...  Young people appear to have more awareness when they do not know names, and in this particular study they were less familiar with the famous people on pictures.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bandc.2017.11.003 pmid:29253727 fatcat:qdeoknymavabflgy4kmkc5i6pi

Episodic retrieval and the cortical binding of relational activity

Arthur P. Shimamura
2011 Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience  
This process works in conjunction with other known mechanisms, such as those associated with the prefrontal cortex and medial temporal lobe.  ...  Retrieval of episodic memories depends on the successful "re-collection" of event features, such as the time, place, people, thoughts, and feelings associated with a past experience.In neuroimaging studies  ...  The medial temporal lobe (MTL) binds these cortical representations, thus enabling retrieval of them at a later time (Cohen & Eichenbaum, 1993; Shimamura, 2010; Shimamura and Wickens 2009; Squire & Zola  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13415-011-0031-4 pmid:21638193 fatcat:txlm6xjbmnapxhiuet3hi45oaq

The Temporal Lobes Differentiate between the Voices of Famous and Unknown People: An Event-Related fMRI Study on Speaker Recognition

Anja Bethmann, Henning Scheich, André Brechmann, Emmanuel Andreas Stamatakis
2012 PLoS ONE  
Yet, the temporal cortices did not only discriminate between familiar and unfamiliar voices.  ...  To show that the temporal lobes are indeed engaged in voice processing, short utterances spoken by famous and unknown people were presented to healthy young participants whose task it was to identify the  ...  Acknowledgments Thanks to Monika Dobrowolny and Andreas Fügner for the acquisition of the MR data and Antje Schasse for help with statistical analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0047626 pmid:23112826 pmcid:PMC3480405 fatcat:jtmj76xs4rdbrcba6d7vvvc3ue

Neural basis of music knowledge: evidence from the dementias

Sharpley Hsieh, Michael Hornberger, Olivier Piguet, John R. Hodges
2011 Brain  
These findings highlight the role of the right temporal pole in the processing of known tunes and faces.  ...  This area was segregated from the region found to be involved in the recognition of everyday sounds but overlapped considerably with the area that was correlated with the recognition of famous faces.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank participants for their support of our research. We also thank Karalyn Patterson for valuable comments during the preparation of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/awr190 pmid:21857031 fatcat:tfxzlkl4krdf3gftweluoil3ci

Progressive associative phonagnosia: A neuropsychological analysis

Julia C. Hailstone, Sebastian J. Crutch, Martin D. Vestergaard, Roy D. Patterson, Jason D. Warren
2010 Neuropsychologia  
In a series of neuropsychological experiments we assessed the ability of QR and KL to recognise and judge the familiarity of voices, faces and proper names, to recognise vocal emotions, to perceive and  ...  for a multimodal impairment of person knowledge.  ...  Experiment 1: familiarity of voices, faces and personal names The aim of this experiment was to assess the familiarity of famous voices for QR and KL, and to compare this with familiarity judgments for  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2009.12.011 pmid:20006628 pmcid:PMC2833414 fatcat:b5pbb6ojibffngf4df5pagpsku

Disorders of Higher Cortical Function [chapter]

Anna Berti, Francesca Garbarini, Marco Neppi-Modona
2015 Neurobiology of Brain Disorders  
Any queries or remarks that have arisen during the processing of your manuscript are listed below and are highlighted by flags in the proof.  ...  / overview-of-the-publishing-process) or compile them in a separate list, and tick off below to indicate that you have answered the query.  ...  The sensory variant is caused by lesions in temporal or parietal cortices, in the vicinity of the Wernicke area.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-398270-4.00032-x fatcat:rkw4bfmqkbgg3ii4sfbqev7vsi
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