Commentary: Selective Development of Anticorrelated Networks in the Intrinsic Functional Organization of the Human Brain
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 2017. Vol. 11. No. 13. P. 1-3.
Arsalidou M., Sharaev M., Kotova T., Martynova O.
As adults we solve problems by applying our executive know-how and directing our mental-attention to relevant information. When we are not problem solving, our mind is free to wonder to things like lunchtime; this is often referred to as the default-mode. It is established that for adults the relation among executive and default-mode brain areas is negative (Fox et al., 2005; Arsalidou et al., 2013). Parts of the prefrontal cortex are involved in both the executive and default-mode networks.
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, , et al., Journal of Affective Disorders 2018 Vol. 227 P. 554-562
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More than a decade of neuroimaging research has established that several distinct brain networks are consistently recruited during social punishment, that is, the propensity of cooperative individuals to spend some of their resources penalizing norm violators. Studies in behavioral economics have shown that social punishment can explain why genetically unrelated individuals are often able to ...
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Нейропоэтика как область когнитивных исследований: методы регистрации активности мозга и движений глаз в исследованиях восприятия и порождения поэтического текста
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, , Experimental brain research 2017 P. 3367-3374
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, Мир психологии. Научно-методический журнал 2010 № 2 С. 37-51
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