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Is 2+2=4? Meta-analyses of brain areas needed for numbers and calculations
An updated topographical brain atlas of mental arithmetic with improved interpretative power. Expand
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Neural correlates of personally familiar faces: Parents, partner and own faces
Investigations of the neural correlates of face recognition have typically used old/new paradigms where subjects learn to recognize new faces or identify famous faces. Familiar faces, however,Expand
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The centre of the brain: Topographical model of motor, cognitive, affective, and somatosensory functions of the basal ganglia
The basal ganglia have traditionally been viewed as motor processing nuclei; however, functional neuroimaging evidence has implicated these structures in more complex cognitive and affectiveExpand
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Converging Evidence for the Advantage of Dynamic Facial Expressions
Neuroimaging evidence suggests that dynamic facial expressions elicit greater activity than static face stimuli in brain structures associated with social cognition, interpreted as greater ecologicalExpand
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Lateralization of affective processing in the insula
A topographical model of affective processing in the insular cortices and its subcategories. Expand
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Brain areas associated with numbers and calculations in children: Meta-analyses of fMRI studies
Children use numbers every day and typically receive formal mathematical training from an early age, as it is a main subject in school curricula. Despite an increase in children neuroimaging studies,Expand
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Misleading cues improve developmental assessment of working memory capacity: The color matching tasks
Abstract The theory of constructive operators was used as a framework to design two versions of a paradigm (color matching task, CMT) in which items are parametrically ordered in difficulty, andExpand
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Brain responses differ to faces of mothers and fathers
We encounter many faces each day but relatively few are personally familiar. Once faces are familiar, they evoke semantic and social information known about the person. Neuroimaging studiesExpand
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Meta-analyses of the n-back working memory task: fMRI evidence of age-related changes in prefrontal cortex involvement across the adult lifespan
Working memory, a fundamental cognitive function that is highly dependent on the integrity of the prefrontal cortex, is known to show age-related decline across the typical healthy adult lifespan. Expand
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A balancing act of the brain: activations and deactivations driven by cognitive load
The majority of neuroimaging studies focus on brain activity during performance of cognitive tasks; however, some studies focus on brain areas that activate in the absence of a task. Despite theExpand
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