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Effects of Visual, Auditory, and Combined Cues on Human Movement and Brain Regions Involved in Perception Action

Kedar K. V. Mate
2022 McGill Journal of Medicine  
Conclusion: This review presents some important theoretical models and outlines the brain regions involved in sensorimotor synchronization in human movement.  ...  Objective: The primary aim of this narrative review is to synthesize the literature on the interaction of visual, auditory, and combined cues of movement, as well as to present specific brain regions involved  ...  in the activation areas from the ventral medial prefrontal cortex at 3% and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex at 20% modulation (when conscious perception occurs).( 118 ) Similarly, a study by Oullier et  ... 
doi:10.26443/mjm.v20i2.928 fatcat:ooi2efm3tfccvj33gwa7xzvixy

Distinct cortico-cerebellar activations in rhythmic auditory motor synchronization

Michael H. Thaut, Klaus M. Stephan, Gilbert Wunderlich, Wilfried Schicks, Lutz Tellmann, Hans Herzog, Gerald C. McIntosh, Ruediger J. Seitz, Volker Hömberg
2009 Cortex  
tertiary (dorsolateral prefrontal cortex) sensorimotor areas of the cerebral cortex, suggesting that distinct functional cortico-cerebellar circuits subserve differential aspects of rhythmic synchronization  ...  in regard to rhythmic motor control, conscious and subconscious response to temporal structure, and conscious monitoring of rhythmic pattern tracking.  ...  synchronization is performed consciously or subconsciously.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cortex.2007.09.009 pmid:19081087 fatcat:twqqcesv6fcc5b4zsstdyhahpy

Conscious Perception of Emotional Stimuli

Derek G. V. Mitchell, Steven G. Greening
2011 The Neuroscientist  
Evidence is also presented that implicates a region of the medial prefrontal cortex, involved in emotion regulation, in modulating amygdala output to determine awareness of emotional visual stimuli; when  ...  emotional stimuli are present, the conscious perception of alternative stimuli requires greater regulatory influences from cortical structures.  ...  A hypothetical model implicating medial regions of the prefrontal cortex (blue) in modulating the output of the amygdala (red) and therefore influencing awareness of emotional visual stimuli.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1073858411416515 pmid:21908848 fatcat:7s6vrz7bybdfzn5vd75hmd5icq

Visual consciousness in health and disease

Andrew R Whatham, Patrik Vuilleumier, Theodor Landis, Avinoam B Safran
2003 Neurologic clinics  
Conscious experience is an essential part of normal human life and interaction with the environment. Yet the nature of consciousness and conscious perception remains a mystery.  ...  Since the beginning of the 1990s, the development of event-related fMRI has provided insights into aspects of conscious perception in control subjects and patients with cortical lesions by correlating  ...  They emphasize the prefrontal cortex as potentially playing an important role in conscious visual experience.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0733-8619(02)00122-6 pmid:13677817 fatcat:uya3gcelnrgzzgasprrpu3jdfm

Temporal binding and the neural correlates of sensory awareness

Andreas K. Engel, Wolf Singer
2001 Trends in Cognitive Sciences  
Neural correlates of a spatial sensory-to-motor transformation in primary motor cortex. Dynamics of single neuron activity in monkey primary motor cortex related to sensorimotor transformation.  ...  Neurosci. 2, 549-554 35 Quintana, J. and Fuster, J. (1999) From perception to action: temporal integrative functions of prefrontal and parietal neurons. Cereb.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Thomas Metzinger, Peter König and Olivier Bertrand for critical reading and comments on the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1364-6613(00)01568-0 pmid:11164732 fatcat:5hbnhpv3lra7xaesl4gvswehuu

An integrative model of auditory phantom perception: Tinnitus as a unified percept of interacting separable subnetworks

Dirk De Ridder, Sven Vanneste, Nathan Weisz, Alain Londero, Winnie Schlee, Ana Belen Elgoyhen, Berthold Langguth
2014 Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews  
They also thank Marco Congedo and Arnaud Norena for valuable discussions on this topic during all the meetings.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank the Tinnitus Research Initiative for funding the 4-monthly neurostimulation workgroup meetings.  ...  Consciousness is a multifaceted concept that has at least two major components: awareness of environment and of the self (e.g. the content of consciousness) and wakefulness (e.g. the level of consciousness  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neubiorev.2013.03.021 pmid:23597755 fatcat:6j6vvyhctzem7pvywfjze6hoi4

Understanding Neural Oscillations in the Human Brain: From Movement to Consciousness and Vice Versa

Ana Maria Cebolla, Guy Cheron
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
and top-down processes producing, respectively, unconscious and conscious movement, the influence of the social stimuli on such bottom-up and top-down processes, and the influence of the movement experience  ...  Recently, Davey et al. (2016) demonstrated that body-self-referential processes are assumed by the posterior cingulate cortex and regulated by the medial prefrontal cortex, which are two areas of the  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01930 pmid:31507490 pmcid:PMC6718699 fatcat:ltgcajzybbe4bdi32vcllz44lq

Approaching New Clinical Horizons: The Case of Cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI)

Edgar Friederichs, Petra Friederichs
2022 Medical Research Archives  
This article emphasizes the influence of possible early damage to the visual pathways on general development and academic achievement and the implication of CVI in the development of affected children.  ...  As visual brain processing is related to cognition, emotion, motivation and the motor system, early visual impairments could negatively influence the development of all these functional systems.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors kindly acknowledge the support of Prof. Dr. Tobias Kärner, including discussion and proofreading of the manuscript as well as support in the creation of the figures.  ... 
doi:10.18103/mra.v10i8.2948 fatcat:4bzw3lyr3ve4vas32ubejrjqpi

Volitional control of movement: The physiology of free will

Mark Hallett
2007 Clinical Neurophysiology  
Movement is generated subconsciously, and the conscious sense of volition comes later, but the exact time of this event is difficult to assess because of the potentially illusory nature of introspection  ...  I argue that free will is not a driving force for movement, but a conscious awareness concerning the nature of the movement.  ...  Only fully conscious motor adaptations (20%) showed prominent involvement of anterior cingulate and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.clinph.2007.03.019 pmid:17466580 pmcid:PMC1950571 fatcat:l4lml5foezhnjeu6nqgn5jd3tu

Individual Differences in Subconscious Motor Control Predicted by GABA Concentration in SMA

Frederic Boy, C. John Evans, Richard A.E. Edden, Krish D. Singh, Masud Husain, Petroc Sumner
2010 Current Biology  
Cortical responsiveness is expected to be lower under the influence of more of the main inhibitory neurotransmitter, GABA [4].  ...  These findings suggest that, across individuals, the responsiveness of subconscious motor mechanisms is related to GABA concentration in the SMA.  ...  CUBRIC was established with support from the UK Department of Trade and Industry, Cardiff University, and the Welsh Assembly government.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cub.2010.09.003 pmid:20888227 pmcid:PMC3128986 fatcat:xi3yaij7ijajjfu5jvdfrla2py

Sensorimotor Synchronization in Healthy Aging and Neurocognitive Disorders

Andres von Schnehen, Lise Hobeika, Dominique Huvent-Grelle, Séverine Samson
2022 Frontiers in Psychology  
process relies on attention and working memory resources that depend on the prefrontal cortex and parietal areas.  ...  Sensorimotor synchronization (SMS), the coordination of physical actions in time with a rhythmic sequence, is a skill that is necessary not only for keeping the beat when making music, but in a wide variety  ...  prefrontal cortex, as well as areas of the parietal lobe and cerebellum (Larsson et al., 1996; Witt et al., 2008) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2022.838511 pmid:35369160 pmcid:PMC8970308 fatcat:lhylz77y6redrgn67alg2fudru

Neuroscientific implications for situated and embodied artificial intelligence

Keith L. Downing
2007 Connection science  
of the world via interactions between simulated brains, bodies and environments.  ...  Neuroscientists believe that much of this common sense involves predictive models for physical activities, but the transfer of sensorimotor skill knowledge to cognition is non-trivial, indicating that  ...  The PB vector weakly resembles the prefrontal cortex (PFC), since it caches a set of activation patterns that influence and are strongly influenced by activity in other areas.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09540090701192584 fatcat:whffzwwttffmzbnpimfaz3od5m

Synthetic consciousness: the distributed adaptive control perspective

Paul F. M. J. Verschure
2016 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
One contribution of 13 to a theme issue 'The major synthetic evolutionary transitions'.  ...  I thank the members of SPECS for their feedback on  ...  B 371: 20150448 subconscious as well as conscious [75, 76] , that subconscious intentions reliably precede conscious awareness of motor actions [77] [78] [79] and that behavioural goals can be set by  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2015.0448 pmid:27431526 pmcid:PMC4958942 fatcat:d6ewdt53qneszegtscimiokdai

Brainspotting: Sustained attention, spinothalamic tracts, thalamocortical processing, and the healing of adaptive orientation truncated by traumatic experience

F.M. Corrigan, D. Grand, R. Raju
2015 Medical Hypotheses  
ganglia and cortex, is no longer disturbing.  ...  We set out hypotheses which are based in the technique of Brainspotting (Grand, 2013) [1] but have wider applicability within the range of psychotherapies for post-traumatic and other disorders.  ...  This would imply that the tectal activity could be at times on the verges of consciousness -just subconscious -and contribute to the feeling of something happening in the hinterlands of awareness that  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.mehy.2015.01.028 pmid:25665861 fatcat:viws6ge4pvhmdczaaus3gptvvq

How Processing of Sensory Information From the Internal and External Worlds Shape the Perception and Engagement With the World in the Aftermath of Trauma: Implications for PTSD

Sherain Harricharan, Margaret C. McKinnon, Ruth A. Lanius
2021 Frontiers in Neuroscience  
functions, including emotion regulation, social cognition, and goal-oriented action, thereby shaping the perception of and engagement with the world.  ...  We postulate that alterations in the neural pathways important for the processing of sensations originating in the outer and inner worlds may have cascading effects on the performance of higher-order cognitive  ...  how interoceptive viscerosensory input and exteroceptive sensory information is processed in higher-order areas of the cortex meant to provide conscious awareness of sensory experience and aid in its  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnins.2021.625490 pmid:33935627 pmcid:PMC8085307 fatcat:6ojhfs65ffbtbb72cgphwtuanq
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