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Activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis revisited
A widely used technique for coordinate-based meta-analysis of neuroimaging data is activation likelihood estimation (ALE), which determines the convergence of foci reported from differentExpand
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Parsing the neural correlates of moral cognition: ALE meta-analysis on morality, theory of mind, and empathy
Morally judicious behavior forms the fabric of human sociality. Here, we sought to investigate neural activity associated with different facets of moral thought. Previous research suggests that theExpand
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Co-activation patterns distinguish cortical modules, their connectivity and functional differentiation
The organization of the cerebral cortex into distinct modules may be described along several dimensions, most importantly, structure, connectivity and function. Identification of cortical modules byExpand
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Behavior, sensitivity, and power of activation likelihood estimation characterized by massive empirical simulation
Given the increasing number of neuroimaging publications, the automated knowledge extraction on brain-behavior associations by quantitative meta-analyses has become a highly important and rapidlyExpand
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An investigation of the structural, connectional, and functional subspecialization in the human amygdala
Although the amygdala complex is a brain area critical for human behavior, knowledge of its subspecialization is primarily derived from experiments in animals. We here employed methods forExpand
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Characterization of the temporo-parietal junction by combining data-driven parcellation, complementary connectivity analyses, and functional decoding
The right temporo-parietal junction (RTPJ) is consistently implicated in two cognitive domains, attention and social cognitions. We conducted multi-modal connectivity-based parcellation toExpand
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Connectivity‐based parcellation: Critique and implications
Regional specialization and functional integration are often viewed as two fundamental principles of human brain organization. They are closely intertwined because each functionally specialized brainExpand
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Segregation of the human medial prefrontal cortex in social cognition
While the human medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) is widely believed to be a key node of neural networks relevant for socio-emotional processing, its functional subspecialization is still poorlyExpand
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Subspecialization in the human posterior medial cortex
The posterior medial cortex (PMC) is particularly poorly understood. Its neural activity changes have been related to highly disparate mental processes. We therefore investigated PMC properties withExpand
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Introspective Minds: Using ALE Meta-Analyses to Study Commonalities in the Neural Correlates of Emotional Processing, Social & Unconstrained Cognition
Previous research suggests overlap between brain regions that show task-induced deactivations and those activated during the performance of social-cognitive tasks. Here, we present results ofExpand
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