Images tagged with "theory of mind"

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68214 TPJ Mask The neural circuitry of affect-induced distortions of trust TPJ mask, based on neurosynth meta-analysis for "tom"
68215 DMPFC Mask The neural circuitry of affect-induced distortions of trust DMPFC mask, based on neurosynth meta-analysis for "tom"
25862 accidental harm - positive (more grey matter associated with increased moral condemnation for accidents) Neuroanatomical correlates of forgiving unintentional harms
25861 accidental harm - negative (more grey matter associated with reduced moral condemnation for accidents) Neuroanatomical correlates of forgiving unintentional harms
25863 Theory of Mind mask derived from functional localizer task (social animations task) Neuroanatomical correlates of forgiving unintentional harms
25864 attempted harm - positive (more grey matter associated with increased moral condemnation for attempted harms) Neuroanatomical correlates of forgiving unintentional harms
25865 attempted harm - negative (more grey matter associated with reduced moral condemnation for attempted harms) Neuroanatomical correlates of forgiving unintentional harms
25866 intentional harm - negative (more grey matter associated with reduced moral condemnation for intentional harms) Neuroanatomical correlates of forgiving unintentional harms
12015 Figure 1 (Morality) Parsing the neural correlates of moral cognition: ALE meta-analysis on morality, theory of mind, and empathy Figure 1, Column 1: Morality. ALE meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies on moral cognition, theory of mind, and empathy. Significant meta-analysis results displayed on frontal, right, and left surface view as well as sagittal, coronal, and axial sections of the MNI single-subject template. Coordinates in MNI space. All results were significant at a clusterforming threshold of p\0.05 and an extent threshold of k = 10 voxels (to exclude presumably incidental results).
12016 Figure 1 (ToM) Parsing the neural correlates of moral cognition: ALE meta-analysis on morality, theory of mind, and empathy Figure 1, Column 2: Theory of Mind. ALE meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies on moral cognition, theory of mind, and empathy. Significant meta-analysis results displayed on frontal, right, and left surface view as well as sagittal, coronal, and axial sections of the MNI single-subject template. Coordinates in MNI space. All results were significant at a clusterforming threshold of p\0.05 and an extent threshold of k = 10 voxels (to exclude presumably incidental results).
12017 Figure 1 (Empathy) Parsing the neural correlates of moral cognition: ALE meta-analysis on morality, theory of mind, and empathy Figure 1, Column 3: Empathy. ALE meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies on moral cognition, theory of mind, and empathy. Significant meta-analysis results displayed on frontal, right, and left surface view as well as sagittal, coronal, and axial sections of the MNI single-subject template. Coordinates in MNI space. All results were significant at a clusterforming threshold of p\0.05 and an extent threshold of k = 10 voxels (to exclude presumably incidental results).
12116 Figure 1 - Attention ∩ False belief The role of the right temporoparietal junction in attention and social interaction as revealed by ALE meta-analysis Cerebral region identified in Activation Likelihood Estimation (ALE) conjunction analysis across reorienting of attention and false belief studies in Montreal Neurological Institute space. Family-wise error corrected P < 0.05.
12117 Figure 2 - Reorienting > False belief The role of the right temporoparietal junction in attention and social interaction as revealed by ALE meta-analysis Neural areas identified in Activation Likelihood Estimation (ALE) difference analyses for reorienting of attention (red) and false belief (green) in Montreal Neurological Institute space. Findings are uncorrected P < 0.001.
12118 Figure 3 - Anterior > Posterior RTPJ The role of the right temporoparietal junction in attention and social interaction as revealed by ALE meta-analysis Co-activation patterns for anterior right temporoparietal junction (rTPJ) versus posterior rTPJ based on a combination of task-related meta-analytic connectivity mapping analysis and task-free resting-state functional connectivity analysis in Montreal Neurological Institute space. Family-wise error corrected P < 0.05.
12119 Figure 4 - Posterior > Anterior RTPJ The role of the right temporoparietal junction in attention and social interaction as revealed by ALE meta-analysis Co-activation patterns for posterior right temporoparietal junction (rTPJ) versus anterior rTPJ based on a combination of task-related meta-analytic connectivity mapping analysis and task-free resting-state functional connectivity analysis in Montreal Neurological Institute space. Family-wise error corrected P < 0.05.