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Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
Assignment of functional activations to probabilistic cytoarchitectonic areas revisited. Neuroimage, 26, 511-521. Eickhoff, S. B., Stephan, K. E., Mohlberg, H., Grefkes, C., Fink, G. ... A new SPM toolbox for combining probabilistic cytoarchitectonic maps and functional imaging data. Neuroimage, 25, 1325-1335. Fiez, J. (1997). ...
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
Assignment of functional activations to probabilistic cytoarchitectonic areas revisited. Neuroimage, 26, 511-521. Eickhoff, S. B., Stephan, K. E., Mohlberg, H., Grefkes, C., Fink, G. ... A new SPM toolbox for combining probabilistic cytoarchitectonic maps and functional imaging data. Neuroimage, 25, 1325-1335. Fiez, J. A. (1997). ...
The illusions also activated contralateral area 2 and right area 2 was active in common irrespective of illusions of right or left hand. ... Here we use functional magnetic resonance imaging and cytoarchitectural mapping to examine whether area 2 is engaged in kinesthesia, whether it is engaged bilaterally because area 2 in non-human primates ... For example, one voxel can correspond to area 4a in 5 of the 10 brains and simultaneously to area 4p in 1 of 10 brains. This voxel was then assigned to area 4a. ...doi:10.1152/jn.00637.2004 pmid:15385595 fatcat:hky2a46zhbguvgimmgc4wmz4me
In conclusion, we demonstrate that a dmPFC seed reflecting social processing can be divided into 4 separate functional modules that contribute to distinct facets of advanced human cognition. ... To unravel its functional organization, we assessed the dmPFC's regional heterogeneity, connectivity patterns, and functional profiles. ... By means of maximum probability maps (MPMs), activation clusters were automatically assigned to the most likely cytoarchitectonic area. ...doi:10.1093/cercor/bhu250 pmid:25331597 pmcid:PMC4677979 fatcat:nfgzsdiqkrexxhlvim7endr4fa
to processes of phonologically and semantically cued word retrieval, respectively. ... In contrast, a subsequent functional magnetic resonance imaging experiment failed to validate the proposed dissociation using a within-subjects design. ... size in voxels (1.5 ϫ 1.5 ϫ 1.5 mm 3 ); area denotes the probabilistic cytoarchitectonic mapping of activations with respect to BA 44 and BA 45; numbers in parentheses refer to the proportion of the cluster ...doi:10.1523/jneurosci.3147-12.2013 pmid:23637175 pmcid:PMC6618954 fatcat:2ro6mcemmbb2hnoyu6xpv4x2fy
Human MSN modules recapitulate known cortical cytoarchitectonic divisions, and greater inter-regional morphometric similarity was associated with stronger inter-regional co-expression of genes enriched ... Macroscopic cortical networks are important for cognitive function, but it remains challenging to construct anatomically plausible individual structural connectomes from human neuroimaging. ... Acknowledgments We would like to thank the participants in the NSPN and NIH studies of human brain development. ...doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2017.11.039 pmid:29276055 pmcid:PMC5763517 fatcat:nyvj5lexfjegznbceczob2um4u
the response of these regions to new conditions is then measured. ... A key limitation of this standard handpicked fROI method is the subjectivity of decisions about which clusters of activated voxels should be treated as the particular fROI in question in each subject. ... Other research groups have recently begun developing probabilistic functional atlases. For example, Frost & Goebel (2011) provide probabilistic functional maps for several key functional regions. ...doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2012.02.055 pmid:22398396 fatcat:jtxhetvdj5cojkk25ca3eetscy
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is now routinely used to map the topographic organization of human visual cortex. ... A "traveling wave" paradigm was used to locate regions of cortex responding to periodic tactile stimulation of each distal phalangeal digit. ... Several studies have compared functional data to these areas using probabilistic cytoarchitectonic maps derived from postmortem brains (see e.g., Geyer et al. 1999 ; see also Geyer et al. 2000; Grefkes ...doi:10.1152/jn.01017.2009 pmid:20164393 pmcid:PMC2867563 fatcat:5wygfmaypbds3ge2jpl2fzuqvi
This emotion perception associated activity has been shown to be affected by the perceived fairness of the actor, and in-group membership more generally. ... Massunivariate analysis showed that observing the actions triggered robust activation in regions associated with action execution, but failed to identify a strong modulation of this activation based on ... The maximum probability maps based on the probabilistic cytoarchitectonic maps in the SPM Anatomy Toolbox (version 1.8, [31, 32] ) were used to create the ROIs. ...doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0145350 pmid:26820995 pmcid:PMC4731574 fatcat:l644eezoffbk7h5usyz3f2koj4
We review the basic architecture and assumptions of these models, their relevance to our understanding of the neurobiological and cognitive functions of the BG, and provide an update on the potential roles ... While the former are arguably more "realistic", the latter have a complementary advantage in being able to describe functional principles of how the system works in a relatively simple set of equations ... We look forward to further refinements and challenging data that will cause us to revisit some of the basic mechanisms. ...doi:10.1016/j.bbr.2008.09.029 pmid:18950662 pmcid:PMC2762323 fatcat:htdqi5mh6nbchaiwznyoj6qye4
With contributions from different scientific fields, there is a rich body of literature that needs to be examined to appreciate the breadth of existing research and the gaps that need to be investigated ... A key contribution of this work is a semantic organization of this large body of work into different taxonomies, making it easy to understand the breadth and depth of the brain parcellation literature. ... The authors would like to thank Dr. Jazmin Camchong for her helpful advice. Declarations of interest: none ...arXiv:2107.03475v1 fatcat:a3hk74udsnderlw7kxlxncedju
Morally judicious behavior forms the fabric of human sociality. Here, we sought to investigate neural activity associated with different facets of moral thought. ... We thus hypothesized that moral decisions might be implemented in brain areas engaged in 'theory of mind' and empathy. ... The authors declare no conflict of interest. ...doi:10.1007/s00429-012-0380-y pmid:22270812 pmcid:PMC3445793 fatcat:eoqhfro6kfcihi5fren2bqhuki
These results were integrated to determine a DMN connectivity model that represents the patterns of interactions observed in task-related increases in activity across diverse tasks. ... modes of brain function, such as executive function or sensorimotor systems. ... to assign functional attributes to distinct network circuits. ...doi:10.1523/jneurosci.4004-09.2009 pmid:19923283 pmcid:PMC2820256 fatcat:7rlic323gnanplumtlu3ljfogu
Cognitive Neuroscience of Language
Finally, it is worth asking whether cytoarchitectonically defined areas can be used as a structural guide to the functional organization of the cortex. ... In recent years, a growing number of technologically advanced investigations have begun to overcome these limitations by developing observer-independent, probabilistic demarcations of cytoarchitectonic ...doi:10.4324/9781315764061-24 fatcat:ngyht6cvpffr3dsjeg24thesoy
Previously, a standard theory of systems level memory consolidation was developed to describe how memory recall becomes independent of the medial temporal memory system. ... More recently, an extended consolidation theory was proposed that predicts seven changes in regional neural activity and inter-regional functional connectivity. ... Local maxima of test statistics within activated regions of interest were assigned to an anatomical region if their probability of being a region exceed a conservative threshold of 80%. ...doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2009.11.053 pmid:19948227 pmcid:PMC2919751 fatcat:xb7wciajmjbebd5jv7fj64w5ye
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