All Relations between mentalising and temporoparietal junction

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Hailing Zhao, Yashi Xu, Lening Li, Jie Liu, Fang Cu. The neural mechanisms of identifiable victim effect in prosocial decision-making. Human brain mapping. vol 45. issue 2. 2024-02-10. PMID:38339893. on a neural level, this effect was associated with heightened activity in brain areas like the bilateral temporoparietal junction (tpj) when participants confronted anonymous victims, potentially indicating a more intensive mentalizing process for less concrete victims. 2024-02-10 2024-02-12 human
Fanru Sun, Tianshu Yang, Ning Liu, Xiaohong Wa. The causal role of temporoparietal junction in mediating self-other mergence during mentalizing. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience. 2023-10-17. PMID:37848283. the causal role of temporoparietal junction in mediating self-other mergence during mentalizing. 2023-10-17 2023-11-08 human
Joakim Norberg, Stephanie McMains, Jonas Persson, Jason P Mitchel. Frontotemporal contributions to social and non-social semantic judgements. Journal of neuropsychology. 2023-05-31. PMID:37255262. however, previous studies showed activity in brain regions associated with mentalizing, including the right temporoparietal junction (tpj), in semantic judgements that involved social knowledge. 2023-05-31 2023-08-14 human
Li-Ang Chang, Konstantinos Armaos, Lotte Warns, Ava Q Ma de Sousa, Femke Paauwe, Christin Scholz, Jan B Engelman. Mentalizing in an economic games context is associated with enhanced activation and connectivity in left temporoparietal junction. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience. 2023-05-02. PMID:37130081. mentalizing in an economic games context is associated with enhanced activation and connectivity in left temporoparietal junction. 2023-05-02 2023-08-14 human
Beatriz Catoira, Frank Van Overwalle, Peter Van Schuerbeek, Hubert Raeymaekers, Elien Heleven, Kris Baetens, Natacha Deroost, Chris Baeke. The effects of stimulating the cerebellum on social sequences: A tDCS-fMRI pilot study: Los efectos de estimular el cerebelo en secuencias sociales: Un estudio piloto con tDCS y fMRI. International journal of clinical and health psychology : IJCHP. vol 23. issue 3. 2023-02-16. PMID:36793338. the results revealed that stimulation decreased task performance along with decreased brain activation in mentalizing areas, including the temporoparietal junction and the precuneus. 2023-02-16 2023-08-14 human
Shijing Wu, Shenggang Cai, Zhiqiang Dong, Hanqi Zhan. Distinct role of the right temporoparietal junction in advantageous and disadvantageous inequity: A tDCS study. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience. vol 16. 2023-02-06. PMID:36744103. the right temporoparietal junction (rtpj) is a hub of the mentalizing network and it has been proposed to play a key role in guiding human reciprocal behavior; however, its precise functional contribution to fair behavior in situations of advantageous and disadvantageous inequity remains unclear. 2023-02-06 2023-08-14 human
Brigitte Biró, Renáta Cserjési, Natália Kocsel, Attila Galambos, Kinga Gecse, Lilla Nóra Kovács, Dániel Baksa, Gabriella Juhász, Gyöngyi Kökönye. 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). 2022-12-30 2023-08-14 human
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). 2022-11-17 2023-08-14 Not clear
Xiaoxue Fu, Andy Hung, Aryanne D de Silva, Tyler Busch, Whitney I Mattson, Kristen R Hoskinson, H Gerry Taylor, Eric E Nelso. Development of the Mentalizing Network Structures and Theory of Mind in Extremely Preterm Youth. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience. 2022-04-16. PMID:35428893. cortical thickness, gray matter volume, and surface area were measured in four regions of the mentalizing network: the temporoparietal junction (tpj), anterior temporal cortex (atc), posterior superior temporal sulcus (psts), and frontal pole (mba10). 2022-04-16 2023-08-13 Not clear
Kristin M Brethel-Haurwitz, Desmond J Oathes, Joseph W Kabl. Causal Role of the Right Temporoparietal Junction in Selfishness Depends on the Social Partner. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience. 2021-12-18. PMID:34922402. the right temporoparietal junction (rtpj) is a hub of the mentalizing network, but its causal role in social decisions remains an area of active investigation. 2021-12-18 2023-08-13 human
Taihei Ninomiya, Atsushi Noritake, Masaki Isod. Live agent preference and social action monitoring in the macaque mid-superior temporal sulcus region. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. vol 118. issue 44. 2021-12-11. PMID:34716270. the discovery that the middle part of the macaque superior temporal sulcus (mid-sts) region has a connectional fingerprint most similar to the human temporoparietal junction (tpj)-a crucial node in the mentalizing network-raises the possibility that these cortical areas may also share basic functional properties associated with mentalizing. 2021-12-11 2023-08-13 human
Ruida Zhu, Zhenhua Xu, Song Su, Chunliang Feng, Yi Luo, Honghong Tang, Shen Zhang, Xiaoyan Wu, Xiaoqin Mai, Chao Li. From gratitude to injustice: Neurocomputational mechanisms of gratitude-induced injustice. NeuroImage. vol 245. 2021-12-11. PMID:34788663. the fmri results showed that activities in the regions associated with mentalizing (temporoparietal junction) and reward processing (ventral medial prefrontal cortex) differed between the groups and were related to the gratitude-induced injustice. 2021-12-11 2023-08-13 human
Réka Borbás, Lynn V Fehlbaum, Ursula Rudin, Christina Stadler, Nora M Raschl. Neural correlates of theory of mind in children and adults using CAToon: Introducing an open-source child-friendly neuroimaging task. Developmental cognitive neuroscience. vol 49. 2021-10-15. PMID:33989857. neurally, activation increases were observed for adults and children in brain regions previously associated with mentalizing, including bilateral temporoparietal junction, temporal gyri, precuneus and medial prefrontal/orbitofrontal cortices. 2021-10-15 2023-08-13 Not clear
Lynn V Fehlbaum, Réka Borbás, Katharina Paul, Simon B Eickhoff, Nora M Raschl. Early and Late Neural Correlates of Mentalizing: ALE Meta-Analyses in Adults, Children and Adolescents. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience. 2021-09-21. PMID:34545389. adults (n = 5286) recruited medial prefrontal and middle/inferior frontal cortices, precuneus, temporoparietal junction and middle temporal gyri during mentalizing, which were functionally connected to bilateral inferior/superior parietal lobule and thalamus/striatum. 2021-09-21 2023-08-13 Not clear
Lynn V Fehlbaum, Réka Borbás, Katharina Paul, Simon B Eickhoff, Nora M Raschl. Early and Late Neural Correlates of Mentalizing: ALE Meta-Analyses in Adults, Children and Adolescents. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience. 2021-09-21. PMID:34545389. overall, the observed engagement of the medial prefrontal cortex, precuneus and right temporoparietal junction during mentalizing across all ages reflects an early specialization of some key regions of the social brain. 2021-09-21 2023-08-13 Not clear
Ayumi Yoshioka, Hiroki C Tanabe, Motofumi Sumiya, Eri Nakagawa, Shuntaro Okazaki, Takahiko Koike, Norihiro Sadat. Neural Substrates of Shared Visual Experiences: A Hyperscanning fMRI Study. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience. 2021-06-28. PMID:34180530. the right aic-ifg also showed inter-individual synchronization of the residual time-series data, along with the right temporoparietal junction and dorso-medial prefrontal cortex-the core components for mentalization and the default mode network. 2021-06-28 2023-08-13 human
Christopher J Hyatt, Vince D Calhoun, Brian Pittman, Silvia Corbera, Morris D Bell, Liron Rabany, Kevin Pelphrey, Godfrey D Pearlson, Michal Assa. Default mode network modulation by mentalizing in young adults with autism spectrum disorder or schizophrenia. NeuroImage. Clinical. vol 27. 2021-06-25. PMID:32711391. using independent component analysis, we analyzed game intervals known to stimulate mentalizing in the default mode network (dmn), i.e., medial prefrontal cortex (mpfc), posterior cingulate cortex (pcc), precuneus, and temporoparietal junction (tpj), for group differences in mtr activity and associations between mtr activity and social and psychosis measures. 2021-06-25 2023-08-13 Not clear
Emiel Cracco, Anna R Hudson, Charlotte Van Hamme, Lien Maeyens, Marcel Brass, Sven C Muelle. Early interpersonal trauma reduces temporoparietal junction activity during spontaneous mentalising. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience. vol 15. issue 1. 2021-06-08. PMID:32248239. early interpersonal trauma reduces temporoparietal junction activity during spontaneous mentalising. 2021-06-08 2023-08-13 human
Emiel Cracco, Anna R Hudson, Charlotte Van Hamme, Lien Maeyens, Marcel Brass, Sven C Muelle. Early interpersonal trauma reduces temporoparietal junction activity during spontaneous mentalising. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience. vol 15. issue 1. 2021-06-08. PMID:32248239. this fmri study assessed temporoparietal junction (tpj) activation, an area strongly implicated in interpersonal processing, during spontaneous mentalising in 35 adult women with histories of childhood physical, sexual, and/or emotional abuse (childhood abuse; ca) and 31 women without such experiences (unaffected comparisons; uc). 2021-06-08 2023-08-13 human
Shinobu Kitayama, Qinggang Yu, Anthony P King, Carolyn Yoon, Israel Liberzo. The gray matter volume of the temporoparietal junction varies across cultures: a moderating role of the dopamine D4 receptor gene (DRD4). Social cognitive and affective neuroscience. vol 15. issue 2. 2021-06-01. PMID:32300802. in the current work, we tested whether this cultural difference might be reflected in the gray matter (gm) volume of the temporoparietal junction (tpj), a brain region selectively implicated in perspective taking and mentalizing. 2021-06-01 2023-08-13 Not clear