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Response of neurons in the macaque amygdala to complex social stimuli

Response of neurons in the macaque amygdala to complex social stimuli,10.1016/0166-4328(90)90108-Q,Behavioural Brain Research,L BROTHERS,B RING,A KLIN

Response of neurons in the macaque amygdala to complex social stimuli   (Citations: 97)
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Journal: Behavioural Brain Research - BEHAV BRAIN RES , vol. 41, no. 3, pp. 199-213, 1990
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    • ...This network, comprising the lateral occipital cortex (LOC), fusiform gyrus (FG), amygdala, inferior frontal gyrus (IFG), posterior superior temporal sulcus (pSTS), and anterior cingulate cortex, plays a pivotal role in the detection and decoding of socially relevant visual stimuli (Castelli, Happe, Frith, & Frith, 2000; Baron-Cohen et al, 1999; Brothers, Ring, & Kling, 1990)...

    Elizabeth J. P. O'Nionset al. Serotonin Transporter Genotype Modulates Subgenual Response to Fearful...

    • ... As shown in literatures, the amygdala and orbitofrontal have been involved in the development of social cognition ...

    Wei Liaoet al. Altered Effective Connectivity Network of the Amygdala in Social Anxie...

    • ... 2006 ;B aron-Cohen et al.2000), including recognizing affective salience of stimuli (Holland and Gallagher 1999; Schoenbaum et al. 1999), discriminating between safe and unsafe cues (Amaral 2002), eye gaze response (Emery 2000), recognizing another’s “state-ofmind” or the so-called “theory of mind” network (Siegal and Varley 2002), and processing emotional content of the interactions during social encounters (Baron-Cohen et al. 1999; Brothers ...

    William A. Truittet al. From anxiety to autism: spectrum of abnormal social behaviors modeled ...

    • ...Perhaps most intriguing is the fact that single-neuron recordings from within the amygdala of stump-tailed macaques show that many cells send the strongest signal in response to pictures of another monkey making eye contact and the weakest signal when the pictured monkey’s gaze is averted (Brothers 1990, 1996; Brothers et al. 1990)...

    Terence C. Burnhamet al. Engineering Human Cooperation

    • ...In non-human primates, besides face-selective neurons (Rolls, 1984), the amygdala contains also neurons that respond to complex social stimuli including expressive body movements and interactions (Brothers et al., 1990)...

    Marie-Helene Grosbras. Brain Networks Involved in Viewing Angry Hands or Faces

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