*  Brain asymmetry
Leftward asymmetry can be seen in the Heschl gyrus, parietal operculum, Silvian fissure, left cingulate gyrus, temporo-parietal ... temporal and occipital lobes, which increase in asymmetry in the antero-posterior direction beginning at the central region. ...
*  Brodmann area 19
... , or BA 19, is part of the occipital lobe cortex in the human brain. Along with area 18, it comprises the ... as well as posterior parietal and inferior temporal association areas. Area 19 has been noted to receive inputs from the retina ... of the occipital lobe where it is bounded approximately by the parieto-occipital sulcus. It is bounded on one side by the ...
*  Parietal lobe
The parietal lobe is positioned above the occipital lobe and behind the frontal lobe and central sulcus. The parietal lobe ... Features of parietal lobe lesions are as follows: Unilateral parietal lobe Contralateral hemisensory loss Astereognosis - ... The parietal lobe is defined by three anatomical boundaries: The central sulcus separates the parietal lobe from the frontal ... relay through the thalamus to the parietal lobe. Several areas of the parietal lobe are important in language processing. The ...
*  Autonoetic consciousness
Lesions in the right parietal lobe influence personality, and this could be because the parietal lobe has to do with our sense ... The right parietal-temporal lobe is concerned with non-verbal memory (Neuroskills: TBI Resource Guide). Right parietal-temporal ... The parietal lobes can be divided into two functional regions. One involves sensation and perception, and the other is ... Some common tests for parietal lobe function are: Kimura Box Test (apraxia) and the Two-Point Discrimination Test ( ...
*  Justo Gonzalo
Critchley, M. (1953). The Parietal Lobes. London: Arnold. pp. 276, 300, 458. Cabaleiro Goas, M. (1959). Temas Psiquiátricos. ...
*  MacDonald Critchley
The best known of his works were those on aphasia and the parietal lobes. Headache was also one of his many interests. He ... The Parietal Lobes. London, Edward Arnold, 1953 The Enigma of Gertsmann's Syndrome. Oxford, Brain, 1966 Music and the Brain: ... including The Parietal Lobes (1953), Aphasiology, and biographies of James Parkinson and Sir William Gowers. Macdonald ...
*  Supramarginal gyrus
The supramarginal gyrus is a portion of the parietal lobe. This area of the brain is also known as Brodmann area 40 based on ... Gyri of human right parietal lobe. Supramarginal gyrus is labeled by *. Cerebrum. Lateral view.Deep dissection. Cerebrum. ... which compose the inferior parietal lobule) to form a multimodal complex that receives somatosensory, visual, and auditory ...
*  Amorphosynthesis
The right parietal lobe is associated with sensory integration and perception whereas the left parietal lobe is believed to ... The central sulcus divides the frontal lobe from the parietal lobe which is located superior to the occipital lobe and ... Amorphosynthesis is most closely related to damage of the right parietal lobe but instances of left parietal and bilateral ... while patients with left parietal lobe lesions presented symptoms such as Gerstmann syndrome, parietal apraxia and construction ...
*  Cotard delusion
The medical literature indicate that the occurrence of Cotard's delusion is associated with lesions in the parietal lobe. As ... Bhatia, M. S. (August 1993). "Cotard's Syndrome in parietal lobe tumor". Indian Pediatrics. 30 (8): 1019-1021. ISSN 0019-6061. ... Damage to the cerebral hemisphere, frontal lobe, and the ventricular system was apparent to WI's doctors after examining ... such, the Cotard-delusion patient presents a greater incidence of brain atrophy-especially of the median frontal lobe-than do ...
*  Topographical disorientation
This is usually due to lesions in the posterior parietal lobe. Patients experience no difficulty recognizing or naming people ... August 2005). "Egocentric disorientation following bilateral parietal lobe damage". Cortex. 41 (4): 547-54. doi:10.1016/s0010- ... The finding indicates that the medial temporal lobe is not needed for the retrieval of spatial maps learned prior to injury. ... who has complete bilateral damage to the hippocampus and extensive damage to adjacent structures in the medial temporal lobe. ...
*  Britain's Best Brain
Calculation: designed to test the parietal lobe. Memory: designed to test the temporal lobe. Recognition: designed to test the ... Risk: designed to test the frontal lobe. Britain's Best Brain on IMDb Britain's Best Brain at UKGameshows.com. ... occipital lobe. Co-ordination: designed to test the cerebellum. ...
*  Vilayanur S. Ramachandran
McGeoch, P. D; Brang, D; Song, T; Lee, R. R; Huang, M; Ramachandran, V. S (2011). "Xenomelia: A new right parietal lobe ... the authors speculated that the desire for amputation could be related to changes in the right parietal lobe. In 2011 McGeoch, ... the first paper to theorize that apotemnophilia is a neurological disorder caused by damage to the right parietal lobe of the ... MEG scans demonstrated that their right superior parietal lobules were significantly less active in response to tactile ...
*  Late positive component
Wagner, AD; Shannon, BJ; Kahn, I; Buckner, RL (2005). "Parietal lobe contributions to episodic memory retrieval". Trends in ... but also referred to as the P300, late positivity or "parietal old/new effect". In one of the earliest examples of such a study ... The LPC effect had a left > right, centro-parietal scalp distribution (in ear-referenced ERPs). Therefore, in addition to the ... It is generally found to be largest over parietal scalp sites (relative to reference electrodes placed on the mastoid processes ...
*  Effects of sleep deprivation on cognitive performance
However, after 35 hours of deprivation, there are noted decreases in temporal lobe activation and increases in parietal lobe ... The parietal lobes of the brain are largely involved in attention. Lesions to this region of the brain in humans result in ... Those with lesions to the posterior parietal lobe have little to no difficulty shifting attention to and from stimuli appearing ... doi:10.1111/j.1467-9280.1991.tb00109.x. Ward, J. (2006). Space, Attention and the Parietal Lobes. The Student's Guide to ...
*  Anomic aphasia
Anomia can be genetic or caused by damage to various parts of the parietal lobe or the temporal lobe of the brain by an ... August 2010). "Impaired speech repetition and left parietal lobe damage". J. Neurosci. 30 (33): 11057-61. doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI ... current studies have shown that damage in the left parietal lobe is the epicenter of anomic aphasia. One study was conducted ... Fridriksson J, Moser D, Ryalls J, Bonilha L, Rorden C, Baylis G (June 2009). "Modulation of frontal lobe speech areas ...
*  Mental rotation
During this task, a PET scan was performed and revealed activation in the right posterior parietal lobe. Functional magnetic ... "Selective right parietal lobe activation during mental rotation". Brain. 123 (1): 65-73. doi:10.1093/brain/123.1.65. ISSN 0006- ... studies of brain activation during mental rotation reveal consistent increased activation of the parietal lobe, specifically ... "Greater superior than inferior parietal lobule activation with increasing rotation angle during mental rotation: An fMRI study ...
*  On Intelligence
"Parietal lobe: from action organization to intention understanding" (PDF). Science. 308 (5722): 662-667. doi:10.1126/science. ...
*  Bálint's syndrome
The parietal lobe is the middle area of the top part of the brain and the occipital lobe is the back part of the brain. (It ... Kim, Min-Shik; Robertson, Lynn C. (2001). "Implicit Representations of Space after Bilateral Parietal Lobe Damage". Journal of ... and the parietal lobes: Insights from Balint's syndrome". Psychological Research. 73 (2): 263-70. doi:10.1007/s00426-008-0210-2 ... such as Alzheimer's disease or certain other traumatic brain injuries at the border of the parietal and the occipital lobes of ...
*  Joel Salinas
"Sex Differences in Parietal Lobe Structure and Development" (PDF). Gender Medicine. 9 (1): 44-55. doi:10.1016/j.genm.2012.01. ...
*  Neuroscience and race
... the parietal lobe is reactivated. When retrieving an other-race face, there is more reactivation of the parietal lobe, meaning ... The frontal lobe is also activated while observing other-race faces if the parietal lobe is unable to retrieve the memory, ... Once the face is perceived by the VT cortex, the hippocampus is used to encode the memory in the parietal lobe. Overall, same- ... There have been observed morphological differences between Caucasian and Chinese individuals in the frontal, parietal, and ...
*  Kenneth Heilman
... and the frontal lobe transforms this into motor codes. The right hemisphere's parietal lobe controls the autonomic nervous ... is controlled in most people by a left hemisphere modular network where the parietal lobe contains the representations of the ...
*  Charcot-Wilbrand syndrome
Critchley M.:The Parietal Lobes, London, Edward Arnold,1953. Charcot J-M.: Un cas de suppression brusque et isolée de la vision ... Additionally, in some of the cases of parietal lobe lesions, the lesion continued into the occipitotemporal regions, further ... attempts to locate the lesion site responsible for the cessation of dreaming on a universal scale have led to the parietal lobe ... Recent case studies of dream loss have found evidence suggesting that damage to the parietal is not necessary for CWS. ...
*  Numerical Stroop effect
When a neutral condition was included, it was observed that the bilateral parietal lobes were the only regions that were ... These studies have suggested that the right parietal lobe in particular is necessary for the numerical Stroop effect, albeit ... However, they do not allow concluding whether parietal lobe function is critical for this effect. Brain stimulation studies ... Moreover, work with acquired acalculia suggested involvement of the left parietal lobe in the numerical Stroop effect. This ...
*  Avishai Henik
"Virtual dyscalculia induced by parietal-lobe TMS impairs automatic magnitude processing". Current Biology. 17: 689-693. doi: ...
*  Constructional apraxia
... ends in the parietal lobe while the ventral stream ("what pathway") terminates in the temporal lobe. Damage to the parietal ... The parietal lobe is also critical for remapping spatial position across saccades. There is an attentional subsystem ... Constructional apraxia may be caused by lesions in the parietal lobe following stroke or it may serve as an indicator for ... Makuuchi M, Kaminaga T, Sugishita M (May 2003). "Both parietal lobes are involved in drawing: a functional MRI study and ...
*  Navigation research
Egocentric navigation causes high levels of activation in the right parietal lobe and prefrontal regions of the brain that are ...
*  Abarognosis
This deficit may be caused by damage to the parietal lobe. This condition is also known as 'baragnosis' and 'baroagnosis'. Buck ...