| Brigitte Bir\\xc3\\xb3, Ren\\xc3\\xa1ta Cserj\\xc3\\xa9si, Nat\\xc3\\xa1lia Kocsel, Attila Galambos, Kinga Gecse, Lilla N\\xc3\\xb3ra Kov\\xc3\\xa1cs, D\\xc3\\xa1niel Baksa, Gabriella Juh\\xc3\\xa1sz, Gy\\xc3\\xb6ngyi K\\xc3\\xb6k\\xc3\\xb6nye. The neural correlates of context driven changes in the emotional response: An fMRI study. PloS one. vol 17. issue 12. 2022-12-30. PMID:36584048.
||in general, context (vs. pictures without context) increased activation in areas involved in facial emotional processing (e.g., middle temporal gyrus, fusiform gyrus, and temporal pole) and affective mentalizing (e.g., precuneus, temporoparietal junction).
| Zhaolan Li, Wenwu Dai, Ning Ji. The difference between metacognition and mindreading: Evidence from functional near-infrared spectroscopy. Frontiers in psychology. vol 13. 2022-11-17. PMID:36389556.
||metacognition is associated with activation in brain regions important for memory retrieval, such as the fusiform gyrus, while mindreading is associated with activation in brain regions important for understanding and reasoning about others' intentions, such as the right temporoparietal junction (rtpj).
| Kimberly Goodyear, Raja Parasuraman, Sergey Chernyak, Ewart de Visser, Poornima Madhavan, Gopikrishna Deshpande, Frank Kruege. An fMRI and effective connectivity study investigating miss errors during advice utilization from human and machine agents. Social neuroscience. vol 12. issue 5. 2018-03-08. PMID:27409387.
||brain areas involved with the salience and mentalizing networks, as well as sensory processing involved with attention, were recruited during the task and the advice utilization network consisted of attentional modulation of sensory information with the lingual gyrus as the driver during the decision phase and the fusiform gyrus as the driver during the feedback phase.
| Mihai Dricu, Sascha Fr\\xc3\\xbchhol. Perceiving emotional expressions in others: Activation likelihood estimation meta-analyses of explicit evaluation, passive perception and incidental perception of emotions. Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews. vol 71. 2017-10-17. PMID:27836460.
||first, explicitly evaluating the emotions of others recruits brain regions associated with the sensory processing of expressions, such as the inferior occipital gyrus, middle fusiform gyrus and the superior temporal gyrus, and brain regions involved in low-level and high-level mindreading, namely the posterior superior temporal sulcus, the inferior frontal cortex and dorsomedial frontal cortex.