Three key regions for supervisory attentional control: Evidence from neuroimaging meta-analyses

Description: We here investigated the core neural correlates of cognitive action control via coordinate-based meta-analyses of brain activity reported for the Stroop, spatial interference, stop-signal and go/no-go tasks. Our study revealed evidence for a pivotal role of the right anterior insula and right inferior frontal junction in supervisory attentional control, as these were the only two regions consistently involved in all four paradigm classes. Furthermore, the anterior midcingulate cortex and pre-supplementary motor area were commonly recruited by all but the go/no-go task. This dataset was automatically imported from the ANIMA <> database. Version: 1

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Related article DOI10.1016/j.neubiorev.2014.11.003
Related article authorsEdna C. Cieslik, Veronika I. Mueller, Claudia R. Eickhoff, Robert Langner and Simon B. Eickhoff
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