All Relations between face detection and sts

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Silvia Gobbo, Carlotta Lega, Angelica De Sandi, Roberta Dain. The role of preSMA and STS in face recognition: A transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) study. Neuropsychologia. 2024-03-30. PMID:38555065. the role of presma and sts in face recognition: a transcranial magnetic stimulation (tms) study. 2024-03-30 2024-04-02 human
Silvia Gobbo, Carlotta Lega, Angelica De Sandi, Roberta Dain. The role of preSMA and STS in face recognition: A transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) study. Neuropsychologia. 2024-03-30. PMID:38555065. current models propose that facial recognition is mediated by two independent yet interacting anatomo-functional systems: one processing facial features mainly mediated by the fusiform face area and the other involved in the extraction of dynamic information from faces, subserved by superior temporal sulcus (sts). 2024-03-30 2024-04-02 human
Silvia Gobbo, Carlotta Lega, Angelica De Sandi, Roberta Dain. The role of preSMA and STS in face recognition: A transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) study. Neuropsychologia. 2024-03-30. PMID:38555065. however, the literature only shows evidence of the implication of sts and presma for facial expression recognition, without relating it to face recognition. 2024-03-30 2024-04-02 human
Silvia Gobbo, Carlotta Lega, Angelica De Sandi, Roberta Dain. The role of preSMA and STS in face recognition: A transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) study. Neuropsychologia. 2024-03-30. PMID:38555065. the present study aimed at studying the role of sts and presma in unfamiliar face recognition in people with different face recognition skills. 2024-03-30 2024-04-02 human
Silvia Gobbo, Carlotta Lega, Angelica De Sandi, Roberta Dain. The role of preSMA and STS in face recognition: A transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) study. Neuropsychologia. 2024-03-30. PMID:38555065. together, the results suggest the use of at least partially different mechanisms for face recognition in poor and good recognizers and a different role of sts and presma in face recognition. 2024-03-30 2024-04-02 human
Golijeh Golarai, Kalanit Grill-Spector, Allan L Reis. Autism and the development of face processing. Clinical neuroscience research. vol 6. issue 3. 2020-09-29. PMID:18176635. in this review, we will focus on three such regions, namely the sts for its role in processing gaze and facial movements, the ffa in face detection and identification and the amygdala in processing facial expressions of emotion. 2020-09-29 2023-08-12 Not clear
S Maher, T Ekstrom, D Ongur, D L Levy, D J Norton, L D Nickerson, Y Che. Functional disconnection between the visual cortex and right fusiform face area in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia research. vol 209. 2020-08-24. PMID:31126803. we used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fmri) to characterize resting state functional connectivity between an independent component analysis (ica)-defined early visual cortical network (corresponding to regions in v1, v2, v3) and a priori defined face-processing regions (fusiform face area [ffa], occipital face area [ofa], superior temporal sulcus [sts] and amygdala) using dual regression in 20 schizophrenia patients and 26 healthy controls. 2020-08-24 2023-08-13 Not clear
Bruno Direito, João Lima, Marco Simões, Alexandre Sayal, Teresa Sousa, Michael Lührs, Carlos Ferreira, Miguel Castelo-Branc. Targeting dynamic facial processing mechanisms in superior temporal sulcus using a novel fMRI neurofeedback target. Neuroscience. vol 406. 2019-12-24. PMID:30825583. we investigated whether the posterior sts (psts), a core region in the face perception and imagery network, could be specifically identified based on the presence of dynamic facial expressions (and not just on simple motion or static face signals), and probed with neurofeedback. 2019-12-24 2023-08-13 human
Anne-Kathrin Schobert, Corrado Corradi-Dell'Acqua, Sascha Frühholz, Wietske van der Zwaag, Patrik Vuilleumie. Functional organization of face processing in the human superior temporal sulcus: a 7T high-resolution fMRI study. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience. vol 13. issue 1. 2018-11-26. PMID:29140527. the superior temporal sulcus (sts) is a major component of the human face perception network, implicated in processing dynamic changeable aspects of faces. 2018-11-26 2023-08-13 human
Lin Zhang, Yiying Song, Ling Liu, Jia Li. Dissociable roles of internal feelings and face recognition ability in facial expression decoding. NeuroImage. vol 132. 2018-01-23. PMID:26908317. further, using voxel-based morphometry, we found that the gray matter volume (gmv) of bilateral superior temporal sulcus (sts) and the right inferior parietal lobule was associated with facial expression decoding through the mediating effect of internal feelings, while the gmv of bilateral sts, precuneus, and the right central opercular cortex contributed to facial expression decoding through the mediating effect of face recognition ability. 2018-01-23 2023-08-13 human
Kira Marquardt, Hamidreza Ramezanpour, Peter W Dicke, Peter Thie. Following Eye Gaze Activates a Patch in the Posterior Temporal Cortex That Is not Part of the Human "Face Patch" System. eNeuro. vol 4. issue 2. 2017-10-27. PMID:28374010. the location of the gfp is in the vicinity of the posterior members of the core face-processing system that consists of distinct patches in ventral visual cortex, the sts, and frontal cortex, also involved in processing information on the eyes. 2017-10-27 2023-08-13 human
David Pitcher, Shruti Japee, Lionel Rauth, Leslie G Ungerleide. The Superior Temporal Sulcus Is Causally Connected to the Amygdala: A Combined TBS-fMRI Study. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience. vol 37. issue 5. 2017-07-24. PMID:28011742. here, we addressed this question by combining theta burst transcranial magnetic stimulation (tbs) with fmri to test the prediction that the sts and amygdala are functionally connected during face perception. 2017-07-24 2023-08-13 human
John A Walker, Kathy A Low, Mark A Fletcher, Neal J Cohen, Gabriele Gratton, Monica Fabian. Hippocampal structure predicts cortical indices of reactivation of related items. Neuropsychologia. vol 95. 2017-05-08. PMID:27939369. specifically, we recorded the event-related optical signal (eros) when presenting the scene of a face-scene pair during a preview period immediately preceding a test display, and demonstrated reactivation of a face-processing cortical area (the superior temporal sulcus, sts) for scenes that had been previously paired with faces, relative to scenes that had not. 2017-05-08 2023-08-13 Not clear
Nádia Canário, Lília Jorge, M F Loureiro Silva, Mário Alberto Soares, Miguel Castelo-Branc. Distinct preference for spatial frequency content in ventral stream regions underlying the recognition of scenes, faces, bodies and other objects. Neuropsychologia. vol 87. 2017-04-26. PMID:27180002. using a random effects region of interest general linear model approach (n=21), we aimed to compare the selectivity to different spatial frequency channels in eight key areas involved in visual object recognition: ffa, ofa, and sts, for face processing; fba, and eba as body selective regions; (dorsal and ventral) loc for object perception; ppa for processing information of places and vwfa as a region which responds to written verbal material. 2017-04-26 2023-08-13 Not clear
Daniel A Abrams, Tianwen Chen, Paola Odriozola, Katherine M Cheng, Amanda E Baker, Aarthi Padmanabhan, Srikanth Ryali, John Kochalka, Carl Feinstein, Vinod Meno. Neural circuits underlying mother's voice perception predict social communication abilities in children. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. vol 113. issue 22. 2016-12-23. PMID:27185915. compared to female control voices, mother's voice elicited greater activity in primary auditory regions in the midbrain and cortex; voice-selective superior temporal sulcus (sts); the amygdala, which is crucial for processing of affect; nucleus accumbens and orbitofrontal cortex of the reward circuit; anterior insula and cingulate of the salience network; and a subregion of fusiform gyrus associated with face perception. 2016-12-23 2023-08-13 human
Daniel A Abrams, Tianwen Chen, Paola Odriozola, Katherine M Cheng, Amanda E Baker, Aarthi Padmanabhan, Srikanth Ryali, John Kochalka, Carl Feinstein, Vinod Meno. Neural circuits underlying mother's voice perception predict social communication abilities in children. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. vol 113. issue 22. 2016-12-23. PMID:27185915. the strength of brain connectivity between voice-selective sts and reward, affective, salience, memory, and face-processing regions during mother's voice perception predicted social communication skills. 2016-12-23 2023-08-13 human
S Maher, T Ekstrom, Y Tong, L D Nickerson, B Frederick, Y Che. Greater sensitivity of the cortical face processing system to perceptually-equated face detection. Brain research. vol 1631. 2016-12-13. PMID:26592952. specifically, we used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fmri) to examine the activations of the fusifom face area (ffa), occipital face area (ofa) and superior temporal sulcus (sts) when face detection was isolated from other aspects of face perception and when face detection was perceptually-equated across individual human participants (n=20). 2016-12-13 2023-08-13 human
S Maher, T Ekstrom, Y Tong, L D Nickerson, B Frederick, Y Che. Greater sensitivity of the cortical face processing system to perceptually-equated face detection. Brain research. vol 1631. 2016-12-13. PMID:26592952. during face detection, ffa and ofa were significantly activated, even for stimuli presented at perceptual-threshold levels, whereas sts was not. 2016-12-13 2023-08-13 human
Chang-Hyun Park, Hae-Kook Lee, Yong-Sil Kweon, Chung Tai Lee, Ki-Tae Kim, Young-Joo Kim, Kyoung-Uk Le. Emotion-Induced Topological Changes in Functional Brain Networks. Brain topography. vol 29. issue 1. 2016-10-05. PMID:26318849. we constructed group-wise functional brain networks for 12 face processing areas [bilateral inferior occipital gyri (iog), fusiform gyri (fg), superior temporal sulci (sts), amygdalae (amg), inferior frontal gyri (ifg), and orbitofrontal cortices (ofc)] and for 73 whole brain areas, based on partial correlation of mean activation across subjects. 2016-10-05 2023-08-13 human
Chang-Hyun Park, Hae-Kook Lee, Yong-Sil Kweon, Chung Tai Lee, Ki-Tae Kim, Young-Joo Kim, Kyoung-Uk Le. Emotion-Induced Topological Changes in Functional Brain Networks. Brain topography. vol 29. issue 1. 2016-10-05. PMID:26318849. particularly in the face processing network, emotion-induced changes in network topology were attributable to interactions between core (bilateral iog, fg, and sts) and extended (bilateral amg, ifg, and ofc) systems. 2016-10-05 2023-08-13 human