Revisiting the functional specialization of left inferior frontal gyrus in phonological and semantic fluency: the crucial role of task demands and individual ability.

@article{Katzev2013RevisitingTF,
  title={Revisiting the functional specialization of left inferior frontal gyrus in phonological and semantic fluency: the crucial role of task demands and individual ability.},
  author={Michael Katzev and Oliver T{\"u}scher and J{\"u}rgen Hennig and Cornelius Weiller and Christoph P. Kaller},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 18},
  pages={7837-45}
}
Despite a large body of research, extant findings on the functional role of left inferior frontal gyrus (LIFG) in phonological and semantic fluency are still controversial. Based on cross-study comparisons, a recent meta-analysis of neuroimaging results suggests that posterior-dorsal (Brodmann area, BA, 44) and anterior-ventral parts (BA 45) of LIFG contribute differentially to processes of phonologically and semantically cued word retrieval, respectively. In contrast, a subsequent functional… CONTINUE READING
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