Cingulate gyrus

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Cingulate gyrus
Abbreviations: Cg CgC

Cingulate gyri
Gyrus cinguli
Gyrus cingularis
Cingulate cortex
Cingulate G.

Category: Cingulate gyrus

Cerebral cortex
Limbic system


Anterior cingulate gyrus
Posterior cingulate gyrus
Middle cingulate gyrus
Retrosplenial cortex
Left cingulate gyrus
Right cingulate gyrus

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The cingulate gyrus is a cortical brain region. It may be divided into

Sometimes an area between the anterior and posterior cingulate area is designated

Finally, a fourth area may also be designated on its own.

One study with multireceptor autoradiography supports the four-region (ACC, PCC, MCC, RSC) classification.[1]

Other researchers use designations:[2]

The cingulate cortex have been associated with increasing research reports for the past years — humorously noted in The cingulate cortex does everything.[3]

[edit] Papers

  1. Agent-specific responses in the cingulate cortex during economic exchanges
  2. Data mining a functional neuroimaging database for functional segregation in brain regions

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[edit] References

  1. Nicola Palomero-Gallagher, Brent A. Vogt, Axel Schleicher, Helen S. Mayberg, Karl Zilles (2009). "Receptor architecture of human cingulate cortex: evaluation of the four-region neurobiological model". Human Brain Mapping 30(8): 2336-2355. doi: 10.1002/hbm.20667.
  2. missing author1 (2001). Handbook of Neuropsychology: Emotional behavior and its disorders. Elsevier.
  3. Gregory J. Gage, Hirak Parikh, Timothy C. Marzullo (2008). "The cingulate cortex does everything". Annals of Improbable Research 14(3): 12-15. [1].
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