All Relations between bottom-up and right cerebral hemisphere

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Lucas Camargo, Kevin Pacheco-Barrios, Anna Carolyna Gianlorenço, Maryela Menacho, Hyuk Choi, Jae-Jun Song, Felipe Fregn. Evidence of bottom-up homeostatic modulation induced taVNS during emotional and Go/No-Go tasks. Experimental brain research. 2024-07-04. PMID:38963558. finally, we observed an interesting neural signature in this study that suggests a bottom-up modulation from brainstem/subcortical to cortical areas as characterized by improved lateralization of alpha oscillations towards the frontal right hemisphere, and changes in erp during emotional and go/no-go tasks that suggests a better subcortical response to the tasks. 2024-07-04 2024-07-10 human
Lan Shuai, Tao Gon. Temporal relation between top-down and bottom-up processing in lexical tone perception. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience. vol 8. 2014-04-11. PMID:24723863. by systematically analyzing the lateralization patterns of the early and late erp components that are observed in these experiments, we discovered that: auditory processing of pitch variations in tones, as a bottom-up effect, elicited greater right hemisphere activation; in contrast, linguistic processing of lexical tones, as a top-down effect, elicited greater left hemisphere activation. 2014-04-11 2023-08-13 human
Christian Beste, Martin Heil, Katharina Domschke, Carsten Konra. The relevance of the functional 5-HT1A receptor polymorphism for attention and working memory processes during mental rotation of characters. Neuropsychologia. vol 48. issue 5. 2010-08-09. PMID:20026342. it is shown that an increasing number of -1019 g alleles leads to a differential reduction of the n1 above the left and right hemisphere and hence bottom-up attentional processing. 2010-08-09 2023-08-12 Not clear
Kara D Federmeie. Thinking ahead: the role and roots of prediction in language comprehension. Psychophysiology. vol 44. issue 4. 2007-10-03. PMID:17521377. in particular, left hemisphere language processing seems to be oriented toward prediction and the use of top-down cues, whereas right hemisphere comprehension is more bottom-up, biased toward the veridical maintenance of information. 2007-10-03 2023-08-12 Not clear
Bjørn Helge Johnsen, Jon Christian Laberg, Jarle Eid, Kenneth Hugdah. Dichotic listening and sleep deprivation: vigilance effects. Scandinavian journal of psychology. vol 43. issue 5. 2003-01-23. PMID:12500780. the results are discussed within a theoretical framework of a dual process model, where sleep deprivation disrupts the ability to sustain attention, caused by a temporary failure of the right hemisphere's top-down (instruction-driven) processing to override the left hemisphere's bottom-up (stimulus-driven) processing. 2003-01-23 2023-08-12 human