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Posterior Temporal Artery (PTA): This artery extends out and away from the operculum and turns in a step-wise manner first inferiorly, then posteriorly into the superior temporal sulcus, then to the middle temporal sulcus.
People-selectivity, audiovisual integration and heteromodality in the superior temporal sulcus.
But some researchers think that to reach awareness inputs also need to go to a more sophisticated spot in the brain, such as the superior temporal sulcus, and then travel to more basic regions that deal with a specific sense, say the auditory cortex.
They discovered a strong connection between the number of Facebook friends and the amount of "gray matter" in the amygdala, the right superior temporal sulcus, the left middle temporal gyrus and the right entorhinal cortex.
They discovered a strong connection between the number of Facebook friends and the amount of "grey matter" in the amygdala, the right superior temporal sulcus, the left middle temporal gyrus and the right entorhinal cortex.
This brain network includes a visual processing core system that includes the inferior occipital areas, the face fusiform area (for invariant face features) and the posterior superior temporal sulcus (for variable face features, such as eye gaze).
Animal research shows that cells in the superior temporal sulcus (pSTS) respond when the animal is monitoring the direction of someone else's gaze.
The altruism center in the posterior superior temporal sulcus is responsible for how we perceive others, how we create community, and how we relate to fellow citizens.
In another finding, a video of Fred Thompson promoted activity in the superior temporal sulcus and the inferior frontal cortex, "both areas involved in empathy," the researchers reported.
When dancers observed and simulated another dancer's movements, brain regions classically associated with both action simulation and action observation were active, including inferior parietal lobule, singulate and supplementary motor areas, ventral premotor cortex, superior temporal sulcus and primary motor cortex.
The subjects experienced a greater degree of activation in a region of the brain called the posterior superior temporal sulcus when they watched the computer play the game than when they acted themselves.