The Role of the Right Temporoparietal Junction in Social Interaction: How Low-Level Computational Processes Contribute to Meta-Cognition

@article{Decety2007TheRO,
  title={The Role of the Right Temporoparietal Junction in Social Interaction: How Low-Level Computational Processes Contribute to Meta-Cognition},
  author={J. Decety and C. Lamm},
  journal={The Neuroscientist},
  year={2007},
  volume={13},
  pages={580 - 593}
}
  • J. Decety, C. Lamm
  • Published 2007
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Neuroscientist
  • Accumulating evidence from cognitive neuroscience indicates that the right inferior parietal cortex, at the junction with the posterior temporal cortex, plays a critical role in various aspects of social cognition such as theory of mind and empathy. With a quantitative meta-analysis of 70 functional neuroimaging studies, the authors demonstrate that this area is also engaged in lower-level (bottom-up) computational processes associated with the sense of agency and reorienting attention to… CONTINUE READING
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