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Three faces of self-face recognition: Potential for a multi-dimensional diagnostic tool

Motoaki Sugiura
2015 Neuroscience research  
This may explain the failure of classical attempts to identify the cortical areas specifically responsive to self-face and designate them as a unique system related to 'self'.  ...  Self-face-specific deactivation in some amodal association cortices in the dorsomedial frontal and lateral posterior cortices may reflect adaptive suppression of the default recruitment of the social-response  ...  Acknowledgments Preparation of this manuscript was in part supported by KAK-ENHI (26118702) by JSPS.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neures.2014.10.002 pmid:25450313 fatcat:ptatmk4b4rcf7fihgv4dsr7qom

Neuroimaging studies on recognition of personally familiar people

Motoaki Sugiura
2014 Frontiers in Bioscience  
Recognition of personally familiar people  ...  ) (73) (74) 80) ; if this is the case, functioning of this area could be attributed to some specific property of the self-face rather than the self-face in general.  ...  In an experimental setting where the self-face was exposed to scrutiny and evaluation by others, self-face-specific responses were smaller in patients than in controls in cortical areas involved in the  ... 
doi:10.2741/4235 pmid:24389212 fatcat:bb4ixwzs4zehlh2wyrif2nenta

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  
Recently, interest in the neural correlates of self-recognition has grown. Most studies concentrate on self-face recognition.  ...  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.  ...  Hence, the second aim of the current study was to investigate the cortical correlates of visual self-body recognition by assessing whether specific cortical regions underlie the own body recognition compared  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.brainres.2007.01.055 pmid:17306235 fatcat:twajvrss2zcz5nwkxv2rz6taq4

Binding memory fragments together to form declarative memories depends on cross-cortical storage [chapter]

Ken A. Paller
2006 Handbook of Binding and MemoryPerspectives from Cognitive Neuroscience  
Research support from the US National Institutes of Health is gratefully acknowledged.  ...  Acknowledgements Portions of this chapter were extracted or adapted with permission from a paper published in Current Directions in Psychological Science (Paller 2004) .  ...  Amnesic patients are generally able to retrieve some memories, particularly those already consolidated to the point of cortical self-sufficiency.  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198529675.003.0021 fatcat:oc2pi2uxt5bfvml64c3ucommdq

Modularity and the Cultural Mind

Joan Y. Chiao, Mary Helen Immordino-Yang
2013 Perspectives on Psychological Science  
This evidence extends to low-level perceptual systems comprised of domain-specific mechanisms, suggesting the importance of ecological and cultural variation in the evolutionary and developmental processes  ...  A central question in the study of the mind is how cognitive functions are shaped by a complex interplay of genetic and experiential processes.  ...  Acknowledgments Funding This work is supported in part by NIH Grants 1R21NS074017-01A1 0 and 1R13CA162843-01 to Joan Y. Chiao.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1745691612469032 pmid:23710245 pmcid:PMC3661285 fatcat:eq27n3owxbatderdrf4avrpyoe

Social Cognition Impairments in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis and Comparison with Imaging Studies, Disease Duration and Grade of Disability [chapter]

Valentina Ignatova, Lyudmila Todorova, Jivko Surchev
2016 Trending Topics in Multiple Sclerosis  
A correlation has been established among specific cortical areas involved in emotion identification from facial expression (right and left fusiform face area, frontal eye), emotion processing (right entorhinal  ...  The wide dissemination of demyelinating lesions and cortical thinning typical of patients with MS often lead to anatomic and functional disorders of the above-mentioned specific brain structures.  ...  Since the functional changes registered in the occipital areas of patients with MS during recognition of nonemotional faces are usually associated with face processing, the authors explain the excessive  ... 
doi:10.5772/63465 fatcat:yhvjtcyo2fan3ll57af2pakkt4

Neural response to the observable self in social anxiety disorder

J. Pujol, M. Giménez, H. Ortiz, C. Soriano-Mas, M. López-Solà, M. Farré, J. Deus, E. Merlo-Pich, B. J. Harrison, N. Cardoner, R. Navinés, R. Martín-Santos
2012 Psychological Medicine  
Robust activation was observed in regions related to self-face recognition, emotional response and general arousal in both study groups.  ...  Distorted images of the observable self are considered crucial in the development and maintenance of social anxiety.  ...  Acknowledgments This study was supported in part by the Carlos III Health Institute (PI05/2565 and PI09/01331) and the Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovació n (I+D+I SAF2010-19434 Declaration of  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0033291712001857 pmid:22895096 fatcat:wkxnypozvjhxdmr3vzkgrhkaam

Self-Processing and the Default Mode Network: Interactions with the Mirror Neuron System

Istvan Molnar-Szakacs, Lucina Q. Uddin
2013 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
make inferences about the mental states of self and others.  ...  These mechanisms work together to provide a coherent representation of the self and by extension, of others.  ...  Subsequent functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) studies of self-face recognition described activations in lateral prefrontal cortex and parietal cortices during self-face recognition (Kircher  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2013.00571 pmid:24062671 pmcid:PMC3769892 fatcat:2kr5rq2ozjeqpem4lsm26bd6fu

Electrical Signals of Memory and of the Awareness of Remembering

Ken A. Paller
2004 Current Directions in Psychological Science  
Learning factual information and accurately remembering specific experiences from the past are central to human intellectual and social life.  ...  This cross-cortical linking function is disrupted in patients with amnesia.  ...  Acknowledgments-Research reported in this article was supported by Grant NS34639 from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0963-7214.2004.00273.x fatcat:6sgolz6lvfbnrm7ueh5pg7jq3y

Differential neural activity and connectivity for processing one's own face: A preliminary report

Rajamannar Ramasubbu, Svetlana Masalovich, Ismael Gaxiola, Scott Peltier, Paul E. Holtzheimer, Christine Heim, Bradley Goodyear, Glenda MacQueen, Helen S. Mayberg
2011 Psychiatry Research : Neuroimaging  
subjects' own faces in contrast to faces of their own mothers, female friends and strangers during passive viewing, emotional and self-relevance evaluations.  ...  This functional magnetic resonance imaging study investigated neural activity and connectivity specific to processing one's own face in healthy women by examining neural responses to the pictures of the  ...  The authors thank faculty and staff of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University School of Medicine for the strategic, technical and collegial support.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pscychresns.2011.07.002 pmid:21962775 pmcid:PMC4410711 fatcat:irhj3avt7vhitks7myoxghcqs4

The development of social brain functions in infancy

Tobias Grossmann
2015 Psychological bulletin  
Moreover, I discuss to what extent they are in fact specifically social in nature or share properties with more domain-general developmental principles.  ...  In the last 10 years the field of social-cognitive development has witnessed a surge in studies using neuroscience methods to elucidate the development of social information processing during infancy.  ...  Table 1 1 Overview of the Proposed Principles of Developing Social Brain Functions and Their Characteristics Principle Definition Brain basis Developmental emergence Domain-specificity Self-relevance  ... 
doi:10.1037/bul0000002 pmid:25984728 fatcat:jko72jzrszhk3bsv26ueiesk6y

Self-recognition, theory-of-mind, and self-awareness: What side are you on?

Alain Morin
2011 Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition  
ToM and self-awareness are fairly independent and should also not be taken as equivalent notions; to illustrate, ToM implies a focus of attention on others, not on the self, whereas self-awareness exclusively  ...  A fashionable view in comparative psychology states that primates possess self-awareness because they exhibit mirror self-recognition (MSR), which in turn makes it possible to infer mental states in others  ...  self-awareness in the following self-domains: face and body recognition, sense of agency, personality traits, autobiographical memory, and first-person perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13576501003702648 pmid:21049317 fatcat:zwrulaxmvre43amjbpq6ptk45a

Neural processing of socioemotional content in conduct-disordered offenders with limited prosocial emotions

Moji Aghajani, Eduard T. Klapwijk, Henrik Andershed, Kostas A. Fanti, Nic J.A. van der Wee, Robert R.J.M. Vermeiren, Olivier F. Colins
2020 Progress in Neuro-psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry  
regions during both emotion recognition and resonance.  ...  examination of LPE-specific neurocognitive deficits.  ...  Acknowledgements Grant support: Part of this research was supported by a grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research -National Initiative Brain and Cognition (NWO-NIHC, project number  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pnpbp.2020.110045 pmid:32735912 fatcat:yhoxlg3eozcszhj5m7iv2ruapq

The neural correlates of visual self-recognition

Christel Devue, Serge Brédart
2011 Consciousness and Cognition  
This paper presents a review of studies that were aimed at determining which brain regions are recruited during visual self-recognition, with a particular focus on self-face recognition.  ...  A complex bilateral network, involving frontal, parietal and occipital areas, appears to be associated with self-face recognition, with a particularly high implication of the right hemisphere.  ...  More specifically, the issues of determining the hemispheric dominance of self-recognition (the lateralization issue) and determining which brain areas are consistently involved during self-recognition  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.concog.2010.09.007 pmid:20880722 fatcat:cofygjefhnfp5jekm72awplwf4

Fronto-Limbic Brain Dysfunction during the Regulation of Emotion in Schizophrenia

Shaun M. Eack, Jessica A. Wojtalik, Scott M. Barb, Christina E. Newhill, Matcheri S. Keshavan, Mary L. Phillips, Marina A. Pavlova
2016 PLoS ONE  
Greater fronto-striatal response to positive emotional distractors was significantly associated with deficits in facial emotion recognition.  ...  To examine the neural correlates of deficits in effortful emotion regulation, schizophrenia outpatients (N = 20) and age-and gender-matched healthy volunteers (N = 20) completed an emotional faces n-back  ...  Acknowledgments This study was supported by the National Institutes of Health, grants MH 95783 (SME) and RR 24154 (SME).  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0149297 pmid:26930284 pmcid:PMC4773075 fatcat:fonrco5npjccbhrjl6ao7e6nse
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