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Choosing Our Words: Retrieval and Selection Processes Recruit Shared Neural Substrates in Left Ventrolateral Prefrontal Cortex

Hannah R. Snyder, Marie T. Banich, Yuko Munakata
2011 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
Using improved measures, we find that shared neural substrates in left VLPFC support both selection and controlled retrieval, with no dissociation between mid and anterior regions.  ...  Our ability to respond in such underdetermined situations is supported by left ventrolateral prefrontal cortical ( VLPFC) regions, but there is active debate about whether these regions support (1) selection  ...  We thank Paula Villar, Kirsten Orcutt, and Luka Ruzic for assistance with data collection and analysis and members of the P50 center on Executive Function and Dysfunction, Cognitive Development Center,  ... 
doi:10.1162/jocn_a_00023 pmid:21452939 pmcid:PMC3168706 fatcat:y5vxnaxydzb4hj2oulybwh76ym

Neural aspects of second language representation and language control

Jubin Abutalebi
2008 Acta Psychologica  
A basic issue in the neurosciences of language is whether an L2 can be processed through the same neural mechanism underlying L1 acquisition and processing.  ...  In the present paper I review data from functional neuroimaging studies focusing on grammatical and lexicosemantic processing in bilinguals.  ...  The dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (Ba 9 and 46) would carry out sequential processing and self-monitoring functions, whereas the ventrolateral prefrontal areas 45 and 47 are engaged in a lower level function  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.actpsy.2008.03.014 pmid:18479667 fatcat:o6wnkq47lzahzcqr5oen3kfhya

Controlled processing during sequencing

Malathi Thothathiri, Michelle Rattinger
2015 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
More recently, neuropsychological studies have suggested a specific role for the left premotor-prefrontal junction (BA 44/6) in selection between competing alternatives during sequencing.  ...  Therefore, we hypothesized that regions involved in controlled processing would show greater recruitment during the concurrent than the consecutive condition.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank Sam Buchl for assistance with preparing stimuli, and John VanMeter and Manish Khatiwada at the Georgetown CFMI center for their help with scanning related issues.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2015.00599 pmid:26578941 pmcid:PMC4624862 fatcat:mkhvguip6vgi5bdv3xomribzue

Neural Mechanisms of Observational Learning: A Neural Working Model

Weixi Kang, Sònia Pineda Hernández, Jie Mei
2021 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
We highlight the important role of the prefrontal cortex and cognitive flexibility to support this learning process, develop a new neural working model of observational learning, illustrate how imitation  ...  Observational learning (OL) depends on the capability of mapping the actions of others into our own behaviors, processing outcomes, and combining this knowledge to serve our goals.  ...  Studies on observational learning have also shown the involvements of the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) and the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex (VLPFC; Monfardini et al., 2008 Monfardini et al  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2020.609312 pmid:33967717 pmcid:PMC8100516 fatcat:fswlqx5hevctbbtswpbhxqrtlu

The precuneus: a review of its functional anatomy and behavioural correlates

Andrea E. Cavanna, Michael R. Trimble
2006 Brain  
retrieval and self-processing operations, namely first-person perspective taking and an experience of agency.  ...  This hypothesis is consistent with the selective hypometabolism in the posteromedial cortex reported in a wide range of altered conscious states, such as sleep, drug-induced anaesthesia and vegetative  ...  Critchley and the two anonymous referees for useful comments and valuable suggestions on earlier versions of the manuscript. Dr Andrea E.  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/awl004 pmid:16399806 fatcat:237lme3wvrhhtnkm42o44e6aqq

Vicarious Neural Processing of Outcomes during Observational Learning

Elisabetta Monfardini, Valeria Gazzola, Driss Boussaoud, Andrea Brovelli, Christian Keysers, Bruno Wicker, Pier Francesco Ferrari
2013 PLoS ONE  
Results show that the neural systems involved in individual trial-and-error learning and in action observation and execution both participate in observational learning.  ...  Observational learning of associative rules relies on the ability to map the actions of others onto our own, process outcomes, and combine these sources of information.  ...  Author Contributions Conceived and designed the experiments: EM VG DB AB CK BW. Performed the experiments: EM VG CK. Analyzed the data: EM VG AB CK. Wrote the paper: EM VG AB CK BW.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0073879 pmid:24040104 pmcid:PMC3764021 fatcat:kxdvb3iqmna2febbdwdvp6oygi

Corroborating behavioral evidence for the interplay of representational richness and semantic control in semantic word processing

Laura Bechtold, Christian Bellebaum, Paul Hoffman, Marta Ghio
2021 Scientific Reports  
Our corroborating evidence supports theories integrating representational richness and semantic control mechanisms as complementary mechanisms in semantic word processing.  ...  We found concreteness and contextual cues to facilitate word processing in a semantic judgment task with 55 healthy adults.  ...  The datasets generated during and/or analyzed during the current study are available from the corresponding author on reasonable request.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-021-85711-7 pmid:33731839 fatcat:phe5ljevubcihphdeedx5lyjwq

Decoding the Formation of New Semantics: MVPA Investigation of Rapid Neocortical Plasticity during Associative Encoding through Fast Mapping

Tali Atir-Sharon, Asaf Gilboa, Hananel Hazan, Ester Koilis, Larry M. Manevitz
2015 Neural Plasticity  
prefrontal cortex.  ...  During fast mapping the meaning of new words and concepts is inferred, and durable novel associations are incidentally formed, a process thought to support early childhood's exuberant learning.  ...  Within the memory literature, ventral medial prefrontal cortex (VMPFC) has mostly been identified as a key structure in retrieval processes of episodic [90, 91] and semantic [62, 92] memory.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2015/804385 pmid:26257961 pmcid:PMC4519547 fatcat:topfz7rijvhmncqb4rxulzkfby

Task dependent lexicality effects support interactive models of reading: A meta-analytic neuroimaging review

Chris McNorgan, Sarah Chabal, Daniel O'Young, Sladjana Lukic, James R. Booth
2015 Neuropsychologia  
Models of reading must explain how orthographic input activates a phonological representation, and elicits the retrieval of word meaning from semantic memory.  ...  An ALE meta-analysis explored lexicality effects directly contrasting words and pseudowords using the lexical decision task and overt or covert naming, which we assume rely most on the semantic and phonological  ...  Functional MRI investigating the neural substrates of word naming shows that English and Chinese show word regularity effects in a similar network of regions (Tan et al., 2001) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2014.12.014 pmid:25524364 pmcid:PMC4317368 fatcat:bygtoqxs6fgwjfz3bkyjm6qlcu

Neural mechanisms of interference control underlie the relationship between fluid intelligence and working memory span

Gregory C. Burgess, Jeremy R. Gray, Andrew R. A. Conway, Todd S. Braver
2011 Journal of experimental psychology. General  
Recent studies show that much of the variance in gF and WM span is shared, suggesting common neural mechanisms.  ...  Brain activity on these trials was correlated with gF, WM span, and task performance in core brain regions linked to WM and executive control, including bilateral dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (middle  ...  BA ϭ Brodmann area; PFC ϭ prefrontal cortex; L ϭ left; R ϭ right.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0024695 pmid:21787103 pmcid:PMC3930174 fatcat:on67dqrp3zbhxdnvl7wzjc3utq

A Feature-Based Network Analysis and fMRI Meta-Analysis Reveal Three Distinct Types of Prosocial Decisions

Shawn A Rhoads, Jo Cutler, Abigail A Marsh
2021 Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  
We identified shared and distinct features of these tasks and employed an unsupervised graph-based approach to assess how various forms of prosocial decision-making are related in terms of their low-level  ...  This feature-based representation of the task structure was supported by results of a neuroimaging meta-analysis that each type of prosocial decisions recruited diverging neural systems.  ...  their time and data for our meta-analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1093/scan/nsab079 pmid:34160604 pmcid:PMC8717062 fatcat:vmczyp5ftfhuhnpycus246ixde

Magnitude processing of symbolic and non-symbolic proportions: an fMRI study

Julia Mock, Stefan Huber, Johannes Bloechle, Julia F. Dietrich, Julia Bahnmueller, Johannes Rennig, Elise Klein, Korbinian Moeller
2018 Behavioral and Brain Functions  
First, we investigated relative magnitude-related activations of proportion processing. Second, we evaluated whether symbolic and non-symbolic proportions share common neural substrates.  ...  Here, we investigated systematically the cognitive processing of symbolic (e.g., fractions and decimals) and non-symbolic proportions (e.g., dot patterns and pie charts) in a two-stage procedure.  ...  Finally, the anterior insula and ventrolateral prefrontal cortex were suggested to be involved in processes of guiding and maintaining goal-directed attention [18, 19] .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12993-018-0141-z pmid:29747668 pmcid:PMC5944011 fatcat:zsgviiwzhjbu5cwoku4dismdly

Episodic autobiographical memory in amnestic mild cognitive impairment: What are the neural correlates?

Christine Bastin, Dorothée Feyers, Haroun Jedidi, Mohamed Ali Bahri, Christian Degueldre, Christian Lemaire, Fabienne Collette, Eric Salmon
2012 Human Brain Mapping  
We hypothesized that variable retrieval of episodic autobiographical memories in our aMCI patients would be related to their variable capacity to reactivate specific sensoryperceptual and contextual details  ...  This study aimed to identify (via FDG-PET) the neural substrates of impaired episodic specificity of autobiographical memories in 35 aMCI patients compared with 24 healthy elderly controls.  ...  Brian Levine who provided detailed instructions on the scoring of internal and external details in autobiographical narratives. Bastin et al. 28  ... 
doi:10.1002/hbm.22032 pmid:22422512 fatcat:xxzhszzhhbcozp7frgn4355g2m

Perspective-Taking is Associated with Increased Discriminability of Affective States in Ventromedial Prefrontal Cortex

Anthony G Vaccaro, Panthea Heydari, Leonardo Christov-Moore, Antonio Damasio, Jonas T Kaplan
2022 Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  
This finding has implications for understanding affective processing in prefrontal cortex, and for interpreting the cognitive significance of classifiable affective brain states.  ...  Classification accuracy was significantly above chance levels in most of prefrontal cortex and in the posterior medial cortices (PMC).  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the Brain and Creativity Insitute for continued support on this project  ... 
doi:10.1093/scan/nsac035 pmid:35579186 fatcat:bt3ewk54rzcwdccxc25rd4opua

Decline and fall: A biological, developmental, and psycholinguistic account of deliberative language processes and ageing

Trevor A. Harley, Lesley J. Jessiman, Siobhan B. G. MacAndrew
2010 Aphasiology  
This paper reviews the role of deliberative processes in language -those language processes that require central resources, in contrast to the automatic processes of lexicalisation, word retrieval, and  ...  We argue that central processing plays a larger and more important role in language processing and acquisition than is often credited. Conclusions.  ...  Imaging suggests that top-down activation of schemata and strategy selection occur in the left dorso-lateral prefrontal cortex; specification of which memories need to be retrieved in the right ventrolateral  ... 
doi:10.1080/02687031003798262 fatcat:3pqc4k7udfbfnpao2awztfeqbe
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