All Relations between facial expression recognition and precuneate lobule

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Christiana Butera, Jonas Kaplan, Emily Kilroy, Laura Harrison, Aditya Jayashankar, Fernanda Loureiro, Lisa Aziz-Zade. The relationship between alexithymia, interoception, and neural functional connectivity during facial expression processing in autism spectrum disorder. Neuropsychologia. 2023-01-07. PMID:36610493. further, alexithymia was associated with reduced left anterior insula-right precuneus connectivity and reduced right dorsal anterior insula-left ventral anterior insula connectivity when viewing facial expressions. 2023-01-07 2023-08-14 human
Rebekah Wigton, Derek K Tracy, Tess M Verneuil, Michaela Johns, Thomas White, Panayiota G Michalopoulou, Bruno Averbeck, Sukhwinder Shergil. The importance of pro-social processing, and ameliorating dysfunction in schizophrenia. An FMRI study of oxytocin. Schizophrenia research. Cognition. vol 27. 2021-10-22. PMID:34660212. oxytocin attenuated the normal bias in selecting the happy face accompanied by reduced activation in a network of brain regions that support mentalising, processing of facial emotion, salience, aversion, uncertainty and ambiguity in social stimuli, including amygdala, temporo-parietal junction, posterior cingulate cortex, precuneus and insula. 2021-10-22 2023-08-13 human
Edmund T Rolls, Yunyi Zhou, Wei Cheng, Matthieu Gilson, Gustavo Deco, Jianfeng Fen. Effective connectivity in autism. Autism research : official journal of the International Society for Autism Research. vol 13. issue 1. 2020-11-09. PMID:31657138. in this first large-scale neuroimaging investigation of effective connectivity in people with autism, it is shown that parts of the temporal lobe involved in facial expression identification and theory of mind have weaker effects on the precuneus and cuneus implicated in the sense of self. 2020-11-09 2023-08-13 Not clear
Francesca Pistoia, Massimiliano Conson, Mario Quarantelli, Luca Panebianco, Antonio Carolei, Giuseppe Curcio, Simona Sacco, Gennaro Saporito, Ernesto Di Cesare, Antonio Barile, Carlo Masciocchi, Alessandra Splendian. Neural Correlates of Facial Expression Recognition in Earthquake Witnesses. Frontiers in neuroscience. vol 13. 2020-09-30. PMID:31611769. the results showed that, in earthquake-exposed subjects, there is a significant reduction in the correlation between accuracy in recognizing facial expressions and the fc of the dorsal seed of the vn with the right inferior occipito-temporal cortex and the left lateral temporal cortex, and of two parietal seeds of dmn, i.e., lower parietal and medial prefrontal cortex, with the precuneus bilaterally. 2020-09-30 2023-08-13 human
Jaryd Hiser, Michael Koenig. The Multifaceted Role of the Ventromedial Prefrontal Cortex in Emotion, Decision Making, Social Cognition, and Psychopathology. Biological psychiatry. vol 83. issue 8. 2019-06-19. PMID:29275839. a third track of research shows the importance of the vmpfc in multiple aspects of social cognition, such as facial emotion recognition, theory-of-mind ability, and processing self-relevant information, through its interactions with the posterior cingulate cortex, precuneus, dorsomedial pfc, and amygdala. 2019-06-19 2023-08-13 human
Marie Luise Schreiter, Witold Chmielewski, Christian Best. Neurophysiological processes and functional neuroanatomical structures underlying proactive effects of emotional conflicts. NeuroImage. vol 174. 2019-01-14. PMID:29530734. it seems that decoding of information in the precuneus, as well as the integration of information during response selection in the insula is more difficult when confronted with angry facial emotions whenever cognitive control resources have been highly taxed by previous conflicts. 2019-01-14 2023-08-13 Not clear
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
Etienne Vachon-Presseau, Mathieu Roy, Choong-Wan Woo, Miriam Kunz, Marc-Olivier Martel, Michael J Sullivan, Philip L Jackson, Tor D Wager, Pierre Rainvill. Multiple faces of pain: effects of chronic pain on the brain regulation of facial expression. Pain. vol 157. issue 8. 2017-03-13. PMID:27411160. stronger activity was observed in cbp specifically during pain facial expressions in several nonmotor brain regions such as the medial prefrontal cortex, the precuneus, and the medial temporal lobe. 2017-03-13 2023-08-13 Not clear
Jingjing Chang, Meng Zhang, Glenn Hitchman, Jiang Qiu, Yijun Li. When you smile, you become happy: evidence from resting state task-based fMRI. Biological psychology. vol 103. 2015-11-05. PMID:25139308. the task-based fmri results showed that the inferior parietal lobule, left supplementary motor area, superior parietal lobule, precuneus, and bilateral middle cingulum were active when facial manipulation influenced the recognition of emotional facial expressions. 2015-11-05 2023-08-13 Not clear
Wenyan Jiang, Zhongmin Yin, Yixin Pang, Feng Wu, Lingtao Kong, Ke X. Brain functional changes in facial expression recognition in patients with major depressive disorder before and after antidepressant treatment: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Neural regeneration research. vol 7. issue 15. 2015-02-27. PMID:25722708. after antidepressant treatment, patients also exhibited decreased activation in the bilateral middle frontal gyrus, bilateral cingulate and right parahippocampal gyrus, and increased activation in the right inferior frontal gyrus, left fusiform gyrus and right precuneus during happy facial expression recognition. 2015-02-27 2023-08-13 Not clear
Dimitri J Bayle, Margot J Taylo. Attention inhibition of early cortical activation to fearful faces. Brain research. vol 1313. 2010-04-05. PMID:20004181. m220 was not modulated by individual facial expressions; however, attention directed to facial expressions enhanced activity in the right inferior parietal lobe and precuneus, while attention directed to identity enhanced posterior cingulate activity.these data demonstrate that facial expression processing involves frontal brain areas as early as 90 ms. 2010-04-05 2023-08-12 human