temporal sulcus


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temporal sulcus

The superior or the inferior temporal sulcus.
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These brain regions included the temporal poles, the superior temporal sulcus, the superior frontal gyrus, the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex and the fusiform face area.
Neuroscientists know that two parts of the brain -- the inferotemporal gyrus (ITG) and the superior temporal sulcus (STS) -- are important in recognizing faces and their expressions.
They found that a particular brain area, the posterior superior temporal sulcus or STS, appears to be implicated in this deficit.
From the fMRI scans the team worked out that one particular part of the brain - the superior temporal sulcus (STS) - was responding to the songs.
Washington, Nov 3 (ANI): A region of the brain, called the posterior superior temporal sulcus, can respond to both facial and vocal expressions of emotion, according to researchers at the University of York.