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Network Neuroscience and the Adapted Mind: Rethinking the Role of Network Theories in Evolutionary Psychology

Nassim Elimari, Gilles Lafargue
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
Evolutionary psychology is the comprehensive study of cognition and behavior in the light of evolutionary theory, a unifying paradigm integrating a huge diversity of findings across different levels of  ...  We argue that there is a special place for network neuroscience in the upcoming quest for the biological basis of information-processing systems identified by evolutionary psychologists.  ...  The dominant model of face-processing, and arguably one of the most influential neurocognitive models in social cognition, is the one proposed by Haxby et al. (2000) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.545632 pmid:33101120 pmcid:PMC7545950 fatcat:7idrahc7znhh7h425yqas6cusi

Functional magnetic resonance imaging of autism spectrum disorders

Gabriel S Dichter
2012 Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience  
, common themes have emerged, including: (i) hypoactivation in nodes of the "social brain" during social processing tasks, including regions within the prefrontal cortex, the posterior superior temporal  ...  the dorsal prefrontal cortex and the basal ganglia; (iii) differential lateralization and activation of language processing and production regions during communication tasks; (iv) anomalous mesolimbic  ...  Acknowledgments: Preparation of this manuscript was supported by  ... 
pmid:23226956 pmcid:PMC3513685 fatcat:6lwiebwpanaidckmbspbdvnrje

Developmental dyscalculia in adults

Liane Kaufmann, Michael von Aster, Silke M. Göbel, Josef Marksteiner, Elise Klein
2020 Lernen und Lernstörungen  
For instance, research on DD in adulthood suggests that – beyond an outstanding deficiency in number processingthe processing of non-numerical magnitudes and domain-general skills seem to be also impaired  ...  However, so far the vast majority of scientific research endeavours has been dedicated to the study of DD in children only.  ...  The most influential one is the Triple-Code-Model (TCM) developed by Dehaene (1992; Dehaene & Cohen, 1995 , for an elaborated model integrating cognitive and neurofunctional aspects; Dehaene, Piazza,  ... 
doi:10.1024/2235-0977/a000294 fatcat:7burf6fpi5cv3hcp4pwi6riahu

The Face-Processing Network Is Resilient to Focal Resection of Human Visual Cortex

K. S. Weiner, J. Jonas, J. Gomez, L. Maillard, H. Brissart, G. Hossu, C. Jacques, D. Loftus, S. Colnat-Coulbois, A. Stigliani, M. A. Barnett, K. Grill-Spector (+1 others)
2016 Journal of Neuroscience  
Additionally, the reliability of distributed patterns of face selectivity in Patient S.P. before versus after resection was not different from across-session reliability in controls.  ...  Together, our results support a multiple-route network of face processing with nonhierarchical components and shed light on stable and plastic features of high-level visual cortex following focal brain  ...  In conclusion, our unique data provide causal insight into the construction of functional networks in the human brain and provide empirical support for recent neurocognitive models proposing a multiple  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.4509-15.2016 pmid:27511014 pmcid:PMC4978802 fatcat:timxe6r54rc2pdcyx4srqsjosi

Processing Pathways in Mental Arithmetic—Evidence from Probabilistic Fiber Tracking

Elise Klein, Korbinian Moeller, Volkmar Glauche, Cornelius Weiller, Klaus Willmes, Bogdan Draganski
2013 PLoS ONE  
Importantly, these networks not only differ in localization of activation but also in the connections between the cortical areas involved.  ...  The present data suggest that magnitude-and fact retrieval-related processing seem to be subserved by two largely separate networks, both of them comprising dorsal and ventral connections.  ...  integration of behavioral and neurofunctional aspects, making it an anatomo-functional model.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0055455 pmid:23383194 pmcid:PMC3559478 fatcat:7or3wksbsjeajn4pvlmbvnjn4m

Upper aerodigestive tract neurofunctional mechanisms: Lifelong evolution and exercise

JoAnne Robbins
2011 Head and Neck  
The transformation of the upper aerodigestive tract -oral cavity, pharynx and larynx -serves the functions of eating, speaking and breathing during sleeping and waking hours.  ...  Current understanding of development, maturation, underlying neural correlates and integrative factors are discussed in light of currently available imaging modalities and recently emerging interventions  ...  Acknowledgments This material is the result of work supported in part by the Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration, Office of Research and Development, Rehabilitation Research  ... 
doi:10.1002/hed.21902 pmid:21910155 pmcid:PMC3746975 fatcat:bsvjrnolijhbvdqonjotilkmiy

White matter connectivity between occipital and temporal regions involved in face and voice processing in hearing and early deaf individuals [article]

Stefania Benetti, Lisa Novello, Chiara Maffei, Giuseppe Rabini, Jorge Jovicich, Olivier Collignon
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
Despite the extensive functional reorganization for face processing in the temporal cortex of the deaf, macroscopic properties of these connections did not differ across groups.  ...  temporal voice area by face stimuli in deaf individuals.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank all the deaf and hearing people who participated in this research for their collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1101/339713 fatcat:emfbbwl4tfdsrirdj7jjlgosui

Altered Microstructure Within Social-Cognitive Brain Networks During Childhood in Williams Syndrome

Brian W. Haas, Naama Barnea-Goraly, Kristen E. Sheau, Bun Yamagata, Shruti Ullas, Allan L. Reiss
2013 Cerebral Cortex  
However, very little is currently known regarding the neuroanatomical structure of social cognitive brain networks during childhood in WS.  ...  This study used diffusion tensor imaging to investigate the structural integrity of a specific set of white matter pathways (inferior fronto-occipital fasciculus [IFOF] and uncinate fasciculus [UF]) and  ...  The observed altered brain structure may be an important neural substrate associated with the development of distinctive patterns of social behavior and emotion processing in individuals affected with  ... 
doi:10.1093/cercor/bht135 pmid:23709644 pmcid:PMC4207879 fatcat:wnif2cx3tzgdfmhjntzb3c7pki

The missing role of gray matter in studying brain controllability

Hamidreza Jamalabadi, Agnieszka Zuberer, Vinod Jangir Kumar, Meng Li, Sarah Alizadeh, Ali Amani Moradi, Christian Gaser, Michael Esterman, Martin Walter
2020 Network Neuroscience  
Brain controllability properties are normally derived from the white matter fiber tracts in which the neural substrate of the actual energy consumption, namely the gray matter, has been widely ignored.  ...  and functional architecture of the brain.  ...  INTRODUCTION Network control theory, as recently applied to white matter (WM) fiber tracts in the human Network control theory: A mathematical approach to combine control and network theory.  ... 
doi:10.1162/netn_a_00174 pmid:33688612 pmcid:PMC7935040 fatcat:v2rngb452rhrbpxyt5zyxuq6gu

Early Segmental White Matter Fascicle Microstructural Damage Predicts the Corresponding Cognitive Domain Impairment in Cerebral Small Vessel Disease Patients by Automated Fiber Quantification

Lili Huang, Xin Chen, Wenshan Sun, Haifeng Chen, Qing Ye, Dan Yang, Mengchun Li, Caimei Luo, Junyi Ma, Pengfei Shao, Hengheng Xu, Bing Zhang (+2 others)
2021 Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience  
Disruption of strategically located fibers was associated with different cognitive deficits, especially the bilateral ATR.  ...  In addition, the damage to specific tract profiles [including the posteromedial component of the right cingulum cingulate (CC), the occipital lobe portion of the callosum forceps major, the posterior portion  ...  The new, automated fiber quantification (AFQ) method could capitalize on the precision of tractography for automatically identifying and localizing fiber tracts in individual brains (Yeatman et al., 2012  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnagi.2020.598242 pmid:33505302 pmcid:PMC7829360 fatcat:pxapmewxirefdf7uiffmqcfqya

Reorganization of brain networks in aging: a review of functional connectivity studies

Roser Sala-Llonch, David Bartrés-Faz, Carme Junqué
2015 Frontiers in Psychology  
Healthy aging (HA) is associated with certain declines in cognitive functions, even in individuals that are free of any process of degenerative illness.  ...  We propose that the use of complex modeling approaches studying effective connectivity may help to understand context-dependent functional reorganizations in the aging process.  ...  Acknowledgments This work has been supported by the Spanish Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad (grantsPSI2012-38257, PSI2013-41293and personal grant to RS-L: BES2011-047053) and by the Generalitat  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00663 pmid:26052298 pmcid:PMC4439539 fatcat:bv2utufknbf2zffeq6klcbcbiu

Neuropsychological rehabilitation, neuroimaging and neuroplasticity: A clinical commentary

George P. Prigatano, Lucia Braga, Spring Flores Johnson, Lígia M.N. Souza
2021 NeuroRehabilitation (Reading, MA)  
However, we provide examples of how this can be achieved as illustrated by collaborative efforts of clinicians and scientists in the SARAH Network of Rehabilitation Hospitals in Brazil.  ...  However, the value of brain imaging in documenting brain changes associated with cognitive and behavioral treatment effects seem less likely.  ...  Second, different "strengths" of diaschisis may be observed in different regions of the brain following different brain disorders.  ... 
doi:10.3233/nre-218024 pmid:34397433 pmcid:PMC8543255 fatcat:3diopbqd6fhqhhxc55wsazkioe

The study of autism as a distributed disorder

Ralph-Axel Müller
2007 Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews  
This is supported by widespread growth abnormalities throughout the brain.  ...  In this review, I argue that autism is a 'distributed disorder' on various levels of study (genetic, neuroanatomical, neurofunctional, behavioral). 'Localizing' models are therefore not promising.  ...  Acknowledgments This review was supported by the National Institutes of Health, grants R01-NS43999 and R01-DC6155.  ... 
doi:10.1002/mrdd.20141 pmid:17326118 pmcid:PMC3315379 fatcat:7pwiqj7ocvdp5l3t6zdwddm3oy

Attention and awareness each influence amygdala activity for dynamic bodily expressions—a short review

Beatrice de Gelder, Ruud Hortensius, Marco Tamietto
2012 Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience  
We sketch a dynamic dual route perspective of affective perception. We argue that this allows for multiple AMG involvement in separate networks and at different times in the processing streams.  ...  Route I is engaged in early emotion processing, is partly supported by AMG activity, and is possibly independent of attention, whereas activity related to late emotion processing is influenced by attention  ...  allows for AMG involvement in separate networks and at different times in the processing streams.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnint.2012.00054 pmid:22876223 pmcid:PMC3410411 fatcat:drzf4v4yw5d5rnxafphx56jtam

Neuroimaging in Disorders of Social and Emotional Functioning: What Is the Question?

Martha R. Herbert
2004 Journal of Child Neurology  
Here evidence is marshaled from a review of neuroimaging data to support the claim that abnormalities in social and emotional processing on the autism spectrum are a consequence of systems disruptions  ...  Social and emotional processing uses neural systems involving structures ranging from the brain stem to the associational cortex.  ...  contributions of Robert Joseph, David Ziegler, Chloe Silverman, Kytja Voeller, Verne Caviness, Pedro Sotolongo, and Richard Levins to the conception and execution of the manuscript at its various stages  ... 
doi:10.1177/08830738040190100701 pmid:15559893 fatcat:a2bi7jaqfndz5n3mdnnpbdegsq
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