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Impaired Emotional Mirroring in Parkinson's Disease—A Study on Brain Activation during Processing of Facial Expressions

Anna Pohl, Silke Anders, Hong Chen, Harshal Jayeshkumar Patel, Julia Heller, Kathrin Reetz, Klaus Mathiak, Ferdinand Binkofski
2017 Frontiers in Neurology  
We examined deviations in brain activation during processing of facial expressions in patients and related these to emotion recognition accuracy.  ...  Both groups activated inferior frontal and anterior inferior parietal homologs of mirror neuron areas during observation and execution of the emotional facial expressions.  ...  Future studies could test the relation of emotion recognition and brain activation during observation of diverse facial emotions.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fneur.2017.00682 pmid:29326646 pmcid:PMC5741645 fatcat:mm46bmckf5hlzlqw3rezhagkcu

Altered brain activity and the effect of personality traits in excessive smartphone use during facial emotion processing

Ji-Won Chun, Jihye Choi, Jin-Young Kim, Hyun Cho, Kook-Jin Ahn, Jong-Ho Nam, Jung-Seok Choi, Dai-Jin Kim
2017 Scientific Reports  
We examined 25 excessive smartphone users and 27 normal control users using functional MRI during facial emotion processing and investigated Behavioral Inhibition System/Behavioral Activation System (BIS  ...  This study set out with the aim of assessing the effects of excessive smartphone use on behavioral and neural responses during facial emotional processing.  ...  in SP compared to that of NC during facial emotion processing.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-017-08824-y pmid:28939856 pmcid:PMC5610339 fatcat:x4xiyan7irdsdpc32uhtry2sem

Processing facial emotions in adults with velo-cardio-facial syndrome: functional magnetic resonance imaging

Therese Van Amelsvoort, Nicole Schmitz, Eileen Daly, Quinton Deeley, Hugo Critchley, Jayne Henry, Dene Robertson, Michael Owen, Kieran C. Murphy, Declan G. Murphy
2006 British Journal of Psychiatry  
We studied the functional neuroanatomy of social behaviour in velo-cardio-facial syndrome (VCFS) using a facial emotional processing task and functional magnetic resonance imaging in adults with this syndrome  ...  The VCFS group had less activation in the right insula and frontal brain regions and more activation in occipital regions.  ...  differences in brain activ-Between-group differences in brain activity during emotional processing task in the velo-ity during emotional processing task in the velo- involved in early visual processing  ... 
doi:10.1192/bjp.bp.105.019876 pmid:17139043 fatcat:b6tzylxv35hwzmoiclyx5szdcu

Impaired Visual Cortical Processing of Affective Facial Information in Schizophrenia

Stephen Maher, Tor Ekstrom, Yue Chen
2016 Clinical Psychological Science  
We then evaluated activations of the visual cortex and amygdala during the performance of perceptually-equated facial emotion detection tasks.  ...  Facial emotion perception impairment in schizophrenia is currently viewed as abnormal affective processing. Facial emotion perception also relies on visual processing.  ...  Activations of these two brain regions are presumably associated for the processing of facial emotion information.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2167702615609595 pmid:27833789 pmcid:PMC5098551 fatcat:mkvpkclnvncydcsyqcear6grj4

Explicit and implicit neural mechanisms for processing of social information from facial expressions: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study

Hugo Critchley, Eileen Daly, Mary Phillips, Michael Brammer, Edward Bullmore, Steven Williams, Therese Van Amelsvoort, Dene Robertson, Anthony David, Declan Murphy
2000 Human Brain Mapping  
Thus we used fMRI to determine which brain areas subserve processing of high-valence expressions and if distinct brain areas are activated when facial expressions are processed explicitly or implicitly  ...  Our findings confirm a neuroanatomical dissociation between conscious and unconscious processing of emotional information. Hum. Brain Mapping 9: 93-105, 2000.  ...  Generic processing of facial expressions We compared regional brain activity during the processing of happy and angry facial expressions with neutral faces to determine regional brain activity associated  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1097-0193(200002)9:2<93::aid-hbm4>3.0.co;2-z pmid:10680766 fatcat:an3pcybd6bbkpks37b4yvfkuza

Explicit and implicit neural mechanisms for processing of social information from facial expressions: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study

Hugo Critchley, Eileen Daly, Mary Phillips, Michael Brammer, Edward Bullmore, Steven Williams, Therese Van Amelsvoort, Dene Robertson, Anthony David, Declan Murphy
2000 Human Brain Mapping  
Thus we used fMRI to determine which brain areas subserve processing of high-valence expressions and if distinct brain areas are activated when facial expressions are processed explicitly or implicitly  ...  Our findings confirm a neuroanatomical dissociation between conscious and unconscious processing of emotional information. Hum. Brain Mapping 9: 93-105, 2000.  ...  Generic processing of facial expressions We compared regional brain activity during the processing of happy and angry facial expressions with neutral faces to determine regional brain activity associated  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1097-0193(200002)9:2<93::aid-hbm4>3.3.co;2-q pmid:10680766 fatcat:3aoz3vr6evepfnnhqvumkeg73m

Neurophysiological correlates of the recognition of facial expressions of emotion as revealed by magnetoencephalography

M. Streit, A.A. Ioannides, L. Liu, W. Wölwer, J. Dammers, J. Gross, W. Gaebel, H.-W. Müller-Gärtner
1999 Cognitive Brain Research  
., the activations recorded during facial emotion recognition were different from those recorded during simple face recognition in the control task.  ...  These findings support the assumption that MEG is able to specifically identify the activation pattern of the brain when recognition of the emotional expression of a face is performed. q 1999 Elsevier  ...  The findings reviewed above indicate that recognition of facial expressions of emotion is a process depending on the activity of several brain regions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0926-6410(98)00048-2 pmid:10076093 fatcat:rpamxj7d7fdk7g5agkob4skccm

Compensatory premotor activity during affective face processing in subclinical carriers of a single mutant Parkin allele

S. Anders, B. Sack, A. Pohl, T. Munte, P. Pramstaller, C. Klein, F. Binkofski
2012 Brain  
Here, we ask whether asymptomatic Parkin mutation carriers show altered patterns of brain activity during processing of facial gestures, and whether this might compensate for latent facial emotion recognition  ...  We hypothesized that asymptomatic Parkin mutation carriers would show increased activity in this area during processing of affective facial gestures, replicating the compensatory motor effects that have  ...  Discussion The current study investigated facial emotion recognition ability and brain activity during processing of facial gestures in asymptomatic Parkin mutation carriers relative to controls.  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/aws040 pmid:22434215 pmcid:PMC3326258 fatcat:aosatfzlnrafpaymylayb5yidq

The functional neuroanatomy of social behaviour

Hugo D. Critchley, Eileen M. Daly, Edward T. Bullmore, Steven C. R. Williams, Therese Van Amelsvoort, Dene M. Robertson, Andrea Rowe, Mary Phillips, Grainne McAlonan, Patricia Howlin, Declan G. M. Murphy
2000 Brain  
Facial expressions help shape behaviour, and we investigated if high-functioning people with autistic disorder show neurobiological differences from controls when processing emotional facial expressions  ...  We used functional MRI to investigate brain activity in nine adults with autistic disorder (mean age ⍨ standard deviation 37 ⍨ 7 years; IQ 102 ⍨ 15) and nine controls (27 ⍨ 7 years; IQ 116 ⍨ 10) when explicitly  ...  reduced activity in left middle temporal gyrus during the explicit processing of facial features and emotional expressions.  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/123.11.2203 pmid:11050021 fatcat:cqnf4mh7fjc4tf656jk4kdmgta

Functional Variation of the Dopamine D2 Receptor Gene Is Associated with Emotional Control as well as Brain Activity and Connectivity during Emotion Processing in Humans

G. Blasi, L. Lo Bianco, P. Taurisano, B. Gelao, R. Romano, L. Fazio, A. Papazacharias, A. Di Giorgio, G. Caforio, A. Rampino, R. Masellis, A. Papp (+5 others)
2009 Journal of Neuroscience  
Here, our aim was to investigate the association of DRD2 rs1076560 genotype with personality traits of emotional stability and with brain physiology during processing of emotionally relevant stimuli.  ...  processing of facial emotional stimuli in GG subjects compared with GT.  ...  The association of this DRD2 genotype with amygdala activity during implicit processing is consistent with the known role of this brain region in perception of emotionally relevant inputs (LeDoux, 1998  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.3609-09.2009 pmid:19940176 pmcid:PMC2834475 fatcat:tvibvm5pwzbu5eoa5luedyiqfq

Recognition of static and dynamic facial expressions: a study review

Nelson Torro Alves
2013 Estudos de Psicologia (Natal)  
Behavioral, neuroimaging, brain damage and facial electromyography studies, published since 1993 were included. Overall, facial motion seems to promote emotional recognition.  ...  Neuroimaging and brain damage studies sustain the idea of a dissociation between the systems responsible to process static and dynamic expressions.  ...  Neuroimaging and brain lesion studies support the idea of a dissociation in the processing of static and dynamic facial expressions, which would recruit different brain areas.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s1413-294x2013000100020 fatcat:t4ot4djnf5berlfzskau75ullm

An fMRI study investigating cognitive modulation of brain regions associated with emotional processing of visual stimuli

Michelle L Keightley, Gordon Winocur, Simon J Graham, Helen S Mayberg, Stephanie J Hevenor, Cheryl L Grady
2003 Neuropsychologia  
Brain regions modulated by cognitive tasks during emotional processing were investigated using fMRI.  ...  These findings indicate that brain activity during processing of emotional content is critically dependent on both the type of stimulus and processing task.  ...  Activity in the brain regions involved in processing facial expression also is modulated by task demands.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0028-3932(02)00199-9 pmid:12559151 fatcat:x2c4w4kcizddbad3wc7hyxetjm

Association between Ability Emotional Intelligence and Left Insula during Social Judgment of Facial Emotions

Tiziana Quarto, Giuseppe Blasi, Chiara Maddalena, Giovanna Viscanti, Tiziana Lanciano, Emanuela Soleti, Ivan Mangiulli, Paolo Taurisano, Leonardo Fazio, Alessandro Bertolino, Antonietta Curci, Alessio Avenanti
2016 PLoS ONE  
Previous models suggest that a brain "somatic marker circuitry" (SMC) sustains emotional sub-processes included in EI.  ...  Imaging data revealed that EI scores are associated with left insula activity during social judgment of emotional faces as a function of facial expression.  ...  Moreover, other studies have investigated functional brain activity during tasks measuring aspects of social processing, including processing of facial expressions, which is key for each component of Ability  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0148621 pmid:26859495 pmcid:PMC4747486 fatcat:ksampca4cjdhtn67gbwd77xfqu

Facial emotion processing in major depression: a systematic review of neuroimaging findings

Anja Stuhrmann, Thomas Suslow, Udo Dannlowski
2011 Biology of Mood & Anxiety Disorders  
The present review provides an overview of functional neuroimaging studies on abnormal facial emotion processing in major depression.  ...  Cognitive models of depression suggest that major depression is characterized by biased facial emotion processing, making facial stimuli particularly valuable for neuroimaging research on the neurobiological  ...  compared to HCs during exposure to facial emotions.  ... 
doi:10.1186/2045-5380-1-10 pmid:22738433 pmcid:PMC3384264 fatcat:muute2sltfasxpnohrijpl7uiu

Direct replication of task‐dependent neural activation patterns during sadness introspection in two independent adolescent samples

Veronika Vilgis, Shawn A. Rhoads, David G. Weissman, Kristina L. Gelardi, Erika E. Forbes, Alison E. Hipwell, Kate Keenan, Paul D. Hastings, Amanda E. Guyer
2019 Human Brain Mapping  
Both samples showed similar whole-brain activation patterns when engaged in sadness introspection and when judging a nonemotional facial feature.  ...  All participants completed the Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (ERQ) and underwent a functional magnetic resonance imaging scan while completing the same facial emotion-processing task at age 16-17 years  ...  of a widely used facial emotion processing fMRI task.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hbm.24836 pmid:31639270 pmcid:PMC6980880 fatcat:zlcg2y4vlbg3bp2rygso5wjhti
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