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Silvia Gobbo, Carlotta Lega, Angelica De Sandi, Roberta Dain. The role of preSMA and STS in face recognition: A transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) study. Neuropsychologia. 2024-03-30. PMID:38555065. current models propose that facial recognition is mediated by two independent yet interacting anatomo-functional systems: one processing facial features mainly mediated by the fusiform face area and the other involved in the extraction of dynamic information from faces, subserved by superior temporal sulcus (sts). 2024-03-30 2024-04-02 human
Ali Momen, Kurt Hugenberg, Eva Wies. Robots engage face-processing less strongly than humans. Frontiers in neuroergonomics. vol 3. 2024-01-18. PMID:38235446. robot faces often differ from human faces in terms of their facial features (e.g., lack of eyebrows) and spatial relationships between these features (e.g., disproportionately large eyes), which can influence the degree to which social brain [i.e., fusiform face area (ffa), superior temporal sulcus (sts); haxby et al., 2000] areas process them as social individuals that can be discriminated from other agents in terms of their perceptual features and person attributes. 2024-01-18 2024-01-20 human
Nestor Zaragoza-Jimenez, Hauke Niehaus, Ina Thome, Christoph Vogelbacher, Gabriele Ende, Inge Kamp-Becker, Dominik Endres, Andreas Janse. Modeling face recognition in the predictive coding framework: A combined computational modeling and functional imaging study. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior. vol 168. 2023-10-13. PMID:37832490. more specifically, brain activity in the superior temporal sulcus (sts) varied with contextual familiarity, whereas activity in the fusiform face area (ffa) covaried with the prediction error parameter that updated facial familiarity. 2023-10-13 2023-10-15 Not clear
Di Wu, Pan Zhang, Na Liu, Kewei Sun, Wei Xia. Effects of High-Definition Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Over the Left Fusiform Face Area on Face View Discrimination Depend on the Individual Baseline Performance. Frontiers in neuroscience. vol 15. 2021-12-07. PMID:34867146. early neuroimaging studies have identified the involvement of the left fusiform face area (ffa) and the left superior temporal sulcus (sts) in face view discrimination. 2021-12-07 2023-08-13 human
Jon Walbrin, Ioana Mihai, Julia Landsiedel, Kami Koldewy. Developmental changes in visual responses to social interactions. Developmental cognitive neuroscience. vol 42. 2020-10-06. PMID:32452460. this was investigated in the psts, along with several other socially-tuned regions in neighbouring temporal cortex: extrastriate body area, face selective sts, fusiform face area, and mentalizing selective temporo-parietal junction. 2020-10-06 2023-08-13 Not clear
S Maher, T Ekstrom, D Ongur, D L Levy, D J Norton, L D Nickerson, Y Che. Functional disconnection between the visual cortex and right fusiform face area in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia research. vol 209. 2020-08-24. PMID:31126803. we used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fmri) to characterize resting state functional connectivity between an independent component analysis (ica)-defined early visual cortical network (corresponding to regions in v1, v2, v3) and a priori defined face-processing regions (fusiform face area [ffa], occipital face area [ofa], superior temporal sulcus [sts] and amygdala) using dual regression in 20 schizophrenia patients and 26 healthy controls. 2020-08-24 2023-08-13 Not clear
Eelke de Vries, Daniel Baldau. Attentional Weighting in the Face Processing Network: A Magnetic Response Image-guided Magnetoencephalography Study Using Multiple Cyclic Entrainments. Journal of cognitive neuroscience. vol 31. issue 10. 2020-08-21. PMID:31112470. whereas the occipital face area was most responsive to the rate at which face parts (e.g., the mouth) changed, and face patches in the sts were mostly entrained by rhythmic changes in the eye region, the fusiform face area was the only subregion that was strongly entrained by the rhythmic changes in facial identity. 2020-08-21 2023-08-13 human
Eelke de Vries, Daniel Baldau. Attentional Weighting in the Face Processing Network: A Magnetic Response Image-guided Magnetoencephalography Study Using Multiple Cyclic Entrainments. Journal of cognitive neuroscience. vol 31. issue 10. 2020-08-21. PMID:31112470. furthermore, top-down attention to the mouth, eyes, or identity of the face selectively modulated the neural processing in the respective area (i.e., occipital face area, sts, or fusiform face area), resembling behavioral cue validity effects observed in the participants' rt and detection rate data. 2020-08-21 2023-08-13 human
Xiaojing Wang, Jin Gu, Junhai Xu, Xianglin Li, Junzu Geng, Bin Wang, Baolin Li. Decoding natural scenes based on sounds of objects within scenes using multivariate pattern analysis. Neuroscience research. vol 148. 2020-03-20. PMID:30513353. we found that patterns evoked by scenes could be predicted with patterns evoked by sounds of objects within the scenes in the posterior fusiform area (pf), lateral occipital area (lo) and superior temporal sulcus (sts). 2020-03-20 2023-08-13 Not clear
Katja Weibert, Tessa R Flack, Andrew W Young, Timothy J Andrew. Patterns of neural response in face regions are predicted by low-level image properties. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior. vol 103. 2019-10-11. PMID:29655043. here, we used functional magnetic resonance imaging multivariate pattern analysis (fmri-mvpa) to ask whether spatial patterns of response in the core face regions (occipital face area - ofa, fusiform face area - ffa, superior temporal sulcus - sts) can be predicted across different participants by lower level properties of the stimulus. 2019-10-11 2023-08-13 human
Wei He, Blake W Johnso. Development of face recognition: Dynamic causal modelling of MEG data. Developmental cognitive neuroscience. vol 30. 2019-06-10. PMID:29197727. dynamic causal modelling (dcm) of the m250 in both age groups tested the effects of face repetition within the core face network including the occipital face area (ofa), the fusiform face area (ffa), and the superior temporal sulcus (sts). 2019-06-10 2023-08-13 Not clear
Monika S Mellem, Kyle M Jasmin, Cynthia Peng, Alex Marti. Sentence processing in anterior superior temporal cortex shows a social-emotional bias. Neuropsychologia. vol 89. 2017-05-04. PMID:27329686. those preferring social-emotional content included astg/sts, inferior frontal gyrus, posterior sts, lateral fusiform, ventromedial prefrontal cortex, and amygdala, regions included in the "social brain", while those preferring object content included parahippocampal gyrus, retrosplenial cortex, and caudate, regions involved in object processing. 2017-05-04 2023-08-13 human
Mladen Sormaz, David M Watson, William A P Smith, Andrew W Young, Timothy J Andrew. Modelling the perceptual similarity of facial expressions from image statistics and neural responses. NeuroImage. vol 129. 2016-12-13. PMID:26825440. using block design fmri, we found that the perceptual similarity of expressions could also be predicted from the patterns of neural response in the face-selective posterior superior temporal sulcus (sts), but not in the fusiform face area (ffa). 2016-12-13 2023-08-13 Not clear
Chang-Hyun Park, Hae-Kook Lee, Yong-Sil Kweon, Chung Tai Lee, Ki-Tae Kim, Young-Joo Kim, Kyoung-Uk Le. Emotion-Induced Topological Changes in Functional Brain Networks. Brain topography. vol 29. issue 1. 2016-10-05. PMID:26318849. we constructed group-wise functional brain networks for 12 face processing areas [bilateral inferior occipital gyri (iog), fusiform gyri (fg), superior temporal sulci (sts), amygdalae (amg), inferior frontal gyri (ifg), and orbitofrontal cortices (ofc)] and for 73 whole brain areas, based on partial correlation of mean activation across subjects. 2016-10-05 2023-08-13 human
Hagar Goldberg, Andrea Christensen, Tamar Flash, Martin A Giese, Rafael Malac. Brain activity correlates with emotional perception induced by dynamic avatars. NeuroImage. vol 122. 2016-07-21. PMID:26220746. our results revealed robust brain selectivity to emotional compared to neutral gait stimuli in brain regions which are involved in emotion and biological motion processing, such as the extrastriate body area (eba), fusiform body area (fba), superior temporal sulcus (sts), and the amygdala (amg). 2016-07-21 2023-08-13 human
Zonglei Zhen, Zetian Yang, Lijie Huang, Xiang-Zhen Kong, Xu Wang, Xiaobin Dang, Yangyue Huang, Yiying Song, Jia Li. Quantifying interindividual variability and asymmetry of face-selective regions: a probabilistic functional atlas. NeuroImage. vol 113. 2016-02-08. PMID:25772668. the occipital face area (ofa), posterior and anterior fusiform face areas (pffa and affa), posterior continuation of the superior temporal sulcus (pcsts), and posterior and anterior sts (psts and asts) were delineated for each individual with a semi-automated procedure. 2016-02-08 2023-08-13 human
Golijeh Golarai, Dara G Ghahremani, Jennifer L Eberhardt, John D E Gabriel. Distinct representations of configural and part information across multiple face-selective regions of the human brain. Frontiers in psychology. vol 6. 2015-11-23. PMID:26594191. several regions of the human brain respond more strongly to faces than to other visual stimuli, such as regions in the amygdala (amg), superior temporal sulcus (sts), and the fusiform face area (ffa). 2015-11-23 2023-08-13 human
Vinh T Nguyen, Michael Breakspear, Ross Cunningto. Fusing concurrent EEG-fMRI with dynamic causal modeling: application to effective connectivity during face perception. NeuroImage. vol 102 Pt 1. 2015-07-16. PMID:23850464. bayesian model selection suggested that the occipital face area (ofa) acted as a central gatekeeper directing visual information to the superior temporal sulcus (sts), the fusiform face area (ffa), and to a medial region of the fusiform gyrus (mfg). 2015-07-16 2023-08-12 Not clear
Nicholas Furl, Richard Coppola, Bruno B Averbeck, Daniel R Weinberge. Cross-frequency power coupling between hierarchically organized face-selective areas. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). vol 24. issue 9. 2015-04-13. PMID:23588186. this model predicted induced responses to faces by estimating oscillatory power coupling between source locations corresponding to bilateral occipital and fusiform face areas (ofa and ffa) and the right superior temporal sulcus (sts). 2015-04-13 2023-08-12 human
Fredrik Ahs, Jonas Engman, Jonas Persson, Elna-Marie Larsson, Johan Wikström, Eva Kumlien, Mats Fredrikso. Medial temporal lobe resection attenuates superior temporal sulcus response to faces. Neuropsychologia. vol 61. 2015-03-31. PMID:25003207. face perception depends on activation of a core face processing network including the fusiform face area, the occipital face area and the superior temporal sulcus (sts). 2015-03-31 2023-08-13 Not clear