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Memory Effects of Speech and Gesture Binding: Cortical and Hippocampal Activation in Relation to Subsequent Memory Performance

Benjamin Straube, Antonia Green, Susanne Weis, Anjan Chatterjee, Tilo Kircher
2009 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
Memory Effects of Speech and Gesture Binding: Cortical and Hippocampal Activation in Relation to Subsequent Memory Performance Benjamin Straube’, Antonia Green’, Susanne Weis’, Anjan Chatterjee*, and Tilo  ...  Overall, our study showed cortical and hippocampal activation in relation to the subsequent memory perfor- mance for speech and gesture information.  ... 
doi:10.1162/jocn.2009.21053 pmid:18578601 fatcat:4crszpjlije4jowtppjnnhkx3e

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2009 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
Memory Effects of Speech and Gesture Binding: Cortical and Hippocampal Activation in Relation to Subsequent Memory Performance Benjamin Straube’, Antonia Green’, Susanne Weis’, Anjan Chatterjee*, and Tilo  ...  However, little is known about the neural processes underlying the integration binding of speech and gesture information, and particu- larly their relation to subsequent memory performance.  ... 

Encoding Social Interactions: The Neural Correlates of True and False Memories

Benjamin Straube, Antonia Green, Anjan Chatterjee, Tilo Kircher
2011 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
Greater activity in the hippocampus was related to correct context memory, whereas the ventral ACC was activated for subsequent inaccurate context memory.  ...  Selfreferential encoding processes reflected in increased frontal activation and decreased hippocampal activation might be the basis of correct item but false context memory of social interactions.  ...  and Bianca Bromberger for help with the editing of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1162/jocn.2010.21505 pmid:20433241 fatcat:h2syi2dpfjh7rcnnteievthspi

H.M.'s Language Production Deficits: Implications for Relations between Memory, Semantic Binding, and the Hippocampal System

Donald G. MacKay, Deborah M. Burke, Rachel Stewart
1998 Journal of Memory and Language  
To test the claim that H.M. exhibits a "pure memory deficit" that has left his language production intact, we compared the language production of H.M. and controls in three studies.  ...  s deficit to a storage stage that is independent of processes for retrieving and producing verbal materials, and instead support a distributedmemory theory in which memory storage and retrieval involving  ...  Goodglass, within the hippocampal system binds together ''common cortical units'' that play a role in 1977).  ... 
doi:10.1006/jmla.1997.2544 fatcat:yh4gck3d3jc53a3vhrhh34bdvu

Hippocampal declarative memory supports gesture production: Evidence from amnesia

Caitlin Hilverman, Susan Wagner Cook, Melissa C. Duff
2016 Cortex  
We examined the speech and gesture of healthy older adults and of memory-impaired patients with hippocampal amnesia during four discourse tasks that required accessing episodes and information from the  ...  Thus, gestures do not just emerge from the motor representation activated for speaking, but are also sensitive to the representation available in hippocampal declarative memory, suggesting a direct link  ...  The motivation for hypothesizing a relationship between the hippocampal declarative memory system and gesture stems from work pointing to the role of the hippocampus in relational binding and in representational  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cortex.2016.09.015 pmid:27810497 pmcid:PMC5127754 fatcat:25nyhlkf7jdo7dvxt5teiizppe

Hippocampal temporal-parietal junction interaction in the production of psychotic symptoms: a framework for understanding the schizophrenic syndrome

Cynthia G. Wible
2012 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
Support was also received from NIMH 1R01 MH52807, NIH MH40799, a Veteran's Administration (VA) Merit award, a VA Research Enhancement Award Program (REAP), and a VA Medical Center of Excellence Award (  ...  The author would like to thank Israel Molina for assembling the reference section.  ...  A subsequent study of threat expression in faces showed that higher levels of symptoms were related to increases in limbic threat related responses and decreased recognition memory related responses in  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2012.00180 pmid:22737114 pmcid:PMC3381447 fatcat:nsgyabxqrzdyvc7qwxeqccsqhe

The Role of Gesture in Communication and Cognition: Implications for Understanding and Treating Neurogenic Communication Disorders

Sharice Clough, Melissa C. Duff
2020 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
Theoretical perspectives of speech and gesture propose that they share a common conceptual origin and have a tightly integrated relationship, overlapping in time, meaning, and function to enrich the communicative  ...  The neuroanatomical and behavioral profiles of these patient populations provide a unique opportunity to test theories of the relationship of speech and gesture and advance our understanding of their neural  ...  The hippocampal declarative memory system supports relational binding and representational flexibility (Cohen and Eichenbaum, 1993) and has been found to underlie a variety of aspects of language use  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2020.00323 pmid:32903691 pmcid:PMC7438760 fatcat:z7vnwwzkuzdx7ehedu4bkltyly

An overview of the neuro-cognitive processes involved in the encoding, consolidation, and retrieval of true and false memories

Benjamin Straube
2012 Behavioral and Brain Functions  
Perception and memory are imperfect reconstructions of reality. These reconstructions are prone to be influenced by several factors, which may result in false memories.  ...  All of these sub-processes are vulnerable for specific errors and consequently may result in false memories.  ...  B.S. is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF; project no. 01GV0615). There is not a conflict of financial and/or other interest.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1744-9081-8-35 pmid:22827854 pmcid:PMC3411412 fatcat:fhbhxnmfubd5tpgdm644mq445u

From sensation to cognition

M. Mesulam
1998 Brain  
Working memory, one of the most prominent manifestations of prefrontal cortex activity, prolongs the neural impact of environmental and mental events in a way that enriches the texture of consciousness  ...  The unique role of these areas is to bind multiple unimodal and other transmodal areas into distributed but integrated multimodal representations.  ...  Acknowledgements I wish to thank Sandra Weintraub and Anna C. Nobre for detailed and insightful comments. This work was supported in part by NS 20285, NS 30863 and AG 13854.  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/121.6.1013 pmid:9648540 fatcat:xv6jy7ff7nfpjb4ruzrhqwzfym

Language systems in normal and aphasic human subjects: functional imaging studies and inferences from animal studies

Richard J S Wise
2003 British Medical Bulletin  
It is sometimes overlooked that the use of a change in regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) to index local neural activity in response to  ...  Observations on the anatomy and physiology of auditory processing in non-human primates are giving strong indicators as to how speech perception is organised in the human brain.  ...  Both propositional and non-propositional speech were observed to activate bilateral motor-related regions (including sub-cortical regions and the cerebellum) and the supplementary speech area.  ... 
doi:10.1093/bmb/65.1.95 pmid:12697619 fatcat:2vgpbtal5vbcheq2mx6nadboba

Rhythms of the Body, Rhythms of the Brain: Respiration, Neural Oscillations, and Embodied Cognition [article]

Somogy Varga, Detlef H. Heck
2017 bioRxiv   pre-print
Finally, (4) we work out the implications for embodied cognition, draw a parallel to the role of gesture, and argue that respiration sometimes plays a double, pragmatic and epistemic, role, which reduces  ...  In spite of its importance as a life-defining rhythmic movement and its constant rhythmic contraction and relaxation of the body, respiration has not received attention in Embodied Cognition (EC) literature  ...  One would, of course, like to know how the performance of more natural multi-joint movements, or ideally gestures performed to emphasize speech, modulates brain activity, but MEG measurements require the  ... 
doi:10.1101/174276 fatcat:n5hmr3zv2jb53j6tk4wfzgvcgq

Consciousness and Cell Memory: A Dynamic Epigenetic Interrelationship

Arthur J. Hudson
2011 Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences  
Epigenetics is a determinant in long-term cell memory consolidation and, as recently demonstrated in animal and human studies and described here, these effects enable a rapid and extraordinarily complex  ...  cognitive matching of cell memory to experience during consciousness.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author thanks the Department of Biochemistry, University of Western Ontario, for their many years of research support and participation in their lectureships.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0317167100054044 fatcat:7d57vpocn5cc5mrbkb6vk475nq

Understanding in an instant: Neurophysiological evidence for mechanistic language circuits in the brain

Friedemann Pulvermüller, Yury Shtyrov, Olaf Hauk
2009 Brain and Language  
Speech Meaning MEG Neurophysiology Spatio-temporal pattern of brain activity Time course Word recognition a b s t r a c t How long does it take the human mind to grasp the idea when hearing or reading  ...  Activity spreading within circuits determined by between-area conduction delays accounts for comprehension-related regional activation differences in the millisecond range.  ...  representations; this binding of knowledge is cortically grounded in a halo of perisylvian cell assemblies extending into hand-related motor and premotor areas and fusiform gyrus (b).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bandl.2008.12.001 pmid:19664815 pmcid:PMC2734884 fatcat:badbfblvx5h5xdagvrbrwt62lq

Rhythms of the body, rhythms of the brain: Respiration, neural oscillations, and embodied cognition

Somogy Varga, Detlef H. Heck
2017 Consciousness and Cognition  
Finally, (4) we work out the implications for embodied cognition, draw a parallel to the role of gesture, and argue that respiration sometimes plays a double, pragmatic and epistemic, role, which reduces  ...  In such cases, consistent with EC, the overall cognitive activity includes a loop-like interaction between neural and non-neural elements. (141 words) The emergence of cognitive science in the second half  ...  One would, of course, like to know how the performance of more natural multi-joint movements, or ideally gestures performed to emphasize speech, modulates brain activity, but MEG measurements require the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.concog.2017.09.008 pmid:29073509 fatcat:adqkh2og3rauzjgq3iotdegjo4

Learning in Alzheimer's disease is facilitated by social interaction

Melissa C. Duff, Diana R. Gallegos, Neal J. Cohen, Daniel Tranel
2013 Journal of Comparative Neurology  
parts of the hippocampal formation and entorhinal cortex, effectively isolating the hippocampus from much of its input and output and causing the distinctive impairment of new learning that is the leading  ...  The boundaries and conditions of the anterograde memory defect in patients with AD have been a topic of intense research interest ever since (e.g., Graham and Hodges, 1977; Nestor et al., 2006) .  ...  in layers II and IV of the entorhinal cortices effectively isolated the hippocampal formation from its inputs and outputs with association cortices, basal forebrain, thalamus, and hypothalamus (Hyman  ... 
doi:10.1002/cne.23433 pmid:23881834 pmcid:PMC4038091 fatcat:jrkldgvwubdafmesf6zprwcbzq
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