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||in exploratory analyses, we find responses to social processing in the "periphery" of the language network-right-hemisphere homotopes of core language areas and areas in bilateral angular gyri-but these responses are not selectively tom-related and may reflect general visual semantic processing.
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||data were analyzed using brain voyager in four anatomic regions known to be involved in language processing: broca's area and the posterior perisylvian network (ppn) (including wernicke's area, the angular and supramarginal gyri) and right hemisphere homologues of these regions.