Motion verb sentences activate left posterior middle temporal cortex despite static context

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Motion verb sentences activate left posterior middle temporal cortex despite static context
Authors: Mikkel Wallentin, Torben Ellegaard Lund, Svend Østergaard, Leif Østergaard, Andreas Roepstorff
Citation: NeuroReport 16 : 649-652. 2005
Database(s): Brede Database PubMed (PMID/15812326)
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Motion verb sentences activate left posterior middle temporal cortex despite static context describes an fMRI experiment where the subjects are presented with sentences like

  • "The man goes into the house"
  • "The man lies inside the house"
  • "The pipe goes into the house"
  • "The pipe lies inside the house"

These sentence differ with respect to animate/inanimate and dynamic/static.

[edit] Results

[edit] Motion verbs versus static

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1 Left posterior middle temporal gyrus -50 -48 10 3.53 Brede Database Brede Wiki NeuroSynth SumsDB Not available
2 Left posterior middle temporal gyrus -56 -60 6 3.51 Brede Database Brede Wiki NeuroSynth SumsDB Not available
3 Right inferior frontal gyrus 48 28 -12 3.76 Brede Database Brede Wiki NeuroSynth SumsDB Not available
4 Right middle frontal gyrus 40 30 48 3.28 Brede Database Brede Wiki NeuroSynth SumsDB Not available
5 Left medial frontal gyrus Supplementary motor area -10 -2 62 3.42 Brede Database Brede Wiki NeuroSynth SumsDB Not available

[edit] Static verbs versus motion verbs

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1 Medial cuneus 2 -90 34 3.57 Brede Database Brede Wiki NeuroSynth SumsDB Not available
2 Right cuneus 20 -74 14 3.79 Brede Database Brede Wiki NeuroSynth SumsDB Not available
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