Socio-Cognitive Phenotypes Differentially Modulate Large-Scale Structural Covariance Networks.

  title={Socio-Cognitive Phenotypes Differentially Modulate Large-Scale Structural Covariance Networks.},
  author={Sofie L Valk and Boris C. Bernhardt and Anne B{\"o}ckler and Fynn-Mathis Trautwein and Philipp Kanske and Tania Singer},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  volume={27 2},
Functional neuroimaging studies have suggested the existence of 2 largely distinct social cognition networks, one for theory of mind (taking others' cognitive perspective) and another for empathy (sharing others' affective states). To address whether these networks can also be dissociated at the level of brain structure, we combined behavioral phenotyping across multiple socio-cognitive tasks with 3-Tesla MRI cortical thickness and structural covariance analysis in 270 healthy adults, recruited… CONTINUE READING
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