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Prefrontal cortex (PFC) activation during encoding of memoranda (proactive responses) is associated with better working memory (WM) compared to reactive/retrieval-based activation. This suggests that dynamic PFC activation patterns may be fixed, based upon one’s WM ability, with individuals who...
The inferior parietal cortex (IPC) is involved in different cognitive functions including language. In line with the correlated transmitter receptor-based organization of the IPC, this part of the brain is parcellated into the rostral, the middle and the caudal clusters; however, the tripartite...
The motor and sensory systems work collaboratively to fulfill cognitive tasks, such as speech. For example, it has been hypothesized that neural signals generated in the motor system can transfer directly to the sensory system along a neural pathway (termed as motor-to-sensory transformation)....
Recent studies employing body illusions have shown that multisensory conflict can alter body representations and modulate low-level sensory processing. One defining feature of these body illusions is that they are sensory driven and thus passive on behalf of the participant. Thus, it remained to...
Over a lifetime of experience, the representation of the body is built upon congruent integration of multiple elements constituting the sensorimotor loop. To investigate its robustness against the rupture of congruency between senses and with motor command, we selectively manipulated in healthy...
Cognitive control is a pivotal aspect of cognition and it is impaired in many clinical populations. To date, several distinct types of cognitive control have been proposed, and prior work demonstrated the instrumental role of basal ganglia, frontal and parietal regions. However, the role of the...
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