All Relations between picture naming and supramarginal gyrus

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Antonietta Gabriella Liuzzi, Karen Meersmans, Ronald Peeters, Simon De Deyne, Patrick Dupont, Rik Vandenbergh. Semantic representations in inferior frontal and lateral temporal cortex during picture naming, reading, and repetition. Human brain mapping. vol 45. issue 2. 2024-02-10. PMID:38339900. the similarity between neural patterns of the left brodmann area 45 (ba45) and of the superior portion of the left supramarginal gyrus correlated with the similarity in meaning between entities during picture naming. 2024-02-10 2024-02-12 human
Natalie Gilmore, Meryem Ayse Yücel, Xinge Li, David A Boas, Swathi Kira. Investigating Language and Domain-General Processing in Neurotypicals and Individuals With Aphasia - A Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Pilot Study. Frontiers in human neuroscience. vol 15. 2021-10-05. PMID:34602997. consistent with theories of post-stroke language recovery, individuals with aphasia activated areas outside the traditional networks: left superior frontal gyrus and left supramarginal gyrus during semantic feature judgment; left superior frontal gyrus and right precentral gyrus during picture naming; and left inferior frontal gyrus pars opercularis during arithmetic processing. 2021-10-05 2023-08-13 Not clear
Lijuan Zou, Jubin Abutalebi, Benjamin Zinszer, Xin Yan, Hua Shu, Danling Peng, Guosheng Din. Second language experience modulates functional brain network for the native language production in bimodal bilinguals. NeuroImage. vol 62. issue 3. 2012-12-10. PMID:22658973. using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fmri) and a picture naming task, we find greater recruitment of the right supramarginal gyrus (rsmg), the right temporal gyrus (rstg), and the right superior occipital gyrus (rsog) for bilingual speakers versus monolingual speakers during l1 production. 2012-12-10 2023-08-12 Not clear