Is There "One" DLPFC in Cognitive Action Control? Evidence for Heterogeneity From Co-Activation-Based Parcellation

Description: This study shows that the right DLPFC as observed in 4 different experiments of executive action control may be subdivided into 2 distinct subregions -- an anterior-ventral and a posterior-dorsal one -- based on their whole-brain co-activation patterns across neuroimaging studies. The posterior subregion showed increased connectivity with bilateral intraparietal sulci, whereas the anterior subregion showed increased connectivity with the anterior cingulate cortex. Functional characterization revealed the anterior network to be more strongly associated with attention and action inhibition processes, whereas the posterior network was more strongly related to action execution and working memory. This dataset was automatically imported from the ANIMA <> database. Version: 2

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Add DateSept. 16, 2015, 6:44 p.m.
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Related article DOI10.1093/cercor/bhs256
Related article authorsE. C. Cieslik, K. Zilles, S. Caspers, C. Roski, T. S. Kellermann, O. Jakobs, R. Langner, A. R. Laird, P. T. Fox and S. B. Eickhoff
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