supramarginal

su·pra·mar·gin·al

(sū'pră-mar'jin-ăl),
Above any margin; denoting especially the supramarginal gyrus.

supramarginal

/su·pra·mar·gi·nal/ (-mahr´jĭ-n'l) superior to a margin or border.

supramarginal

(soo″pră-măr′jĭn-ăl) [″ + marginalis, border]
Located above any border.
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2003, showed significant correlations between continuous performance test and gray matter volume in left supramarginal and angular gyri and it was concluded that these regions were possibly involved in attentional impairment in patients with schizophrenia.
In doing so, they observed that sex-specific differences in the supramarginal gyrus and posterior cingulate cortex areas of the brain.
One of the branches supply the angular gyrus while the other supplies the supramarginal gyrus, posterior superior temporal gyrus, and the parietooccipital arcus (Sulcus).
This integrative activity is closely tied to the default network, one of the unique systems associated with human specific areas of the parietal lobes, for example, the supramarginal and angular gyri.
Cortical cluster ROIs Motor, premotor cortex Caudal middle frontal Precentral Frontal pole Dorsal lateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) Rostral middle frontal Pars triangularis Pars orbitalis Cingulate motor area (CMA) Rostral anterior cingulate Posterior cingulate Supplementary motor area (SMA) Paracentral Superior frontal Parietal lobe Postcentral Supramarginal Superior parietal Inferior parietal Subcortical Thalamus proper Caudate Putamen Pallidum Accumbens area Brainstem Brainstem Table 3: Identified connections with significant group-wise differences.
160) It is thus of a kind with reliance on the Lerner Index to infer market power from supramarginal cost pricing.
In economic terms, this supramarginal cost pricing is expected to generate static and dynamic inefficiencies (absent perfect price discrimination, which is costly, difficult, and not expected in practice).
Neurological studies of elementary age children have found that "greater frontal and supramarginal gyrus (BA 40) activation in narrative comprehension at the age of 5-7 years old was associated with better word reading and reading comprehension scores at the age of 11" (Horwitz, Vannest, Holland 2013).
El lobulo parietal inferior esta dividido a su vez por medio del surco intermedio de Hesse (Figura 7, 3) en dos giros: el supramarginal (Figura 7, 4) que se localiza alrededor del final de la fisura silviana, y el angular (Figura 7, 5) que se situa alrededor del final del surco temporal superior.