Different impressions of other agents obtained through social interaction uniquely modulate dorsal and ventral pathway activities in the social human brain

@article{Takahashi2014DifferentIO,
  title={Different impressions of other agents obtained through social interaction uniquely modulate dorsal and ventral pathway activities in the social human brain},
  author={Hideyuki Takahashi and Kazunori Terada and Tomoyo Morita and Shinsuke Suzuki and Tomoki Haji and Hideki Kozima and Masahiro Yoshikawa and Yoshio Matsumoto and Takashi Omori and Minoru Asada and Eiichi Naito},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2014},
  volume={58},
  pages={289-300}
}
Internal (neuronal) representations in the brain are modified by our experiences, and this phenomenon is not unique to sensory and motor systems. Here, we show that different impressions obtained through social interaction with a variety of agents uniquely modulate activity of dorsal and ventral pathways of the brain network that mediates human social behavior. We scanned brain activity with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in 16 healthy volunteers when they performed a simple… CONTINUE READING
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