Planum temporale

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Planum temporale
Abbreviations: PT PlanT
Variations:
Category: Planum temporale
Parents:

Superior temporal gyrus

Children:

Left planum temporale
Right planum temporale

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Planum temporale is a brain region and a portion of the surface of the posterior superior temporal gyrus.[1] Hanna Damasio abbreviates it PlanT.[2]

It is regarded as part of the auditory association cortex.[3] It lies posterior to the Heschl's gyrus (transverse temporal gyrus).

[edit] Papers

  1. Noesselt Tömme, Shah Nadim, Jäncke Lutz (2003). "Top-down and bottom-up modulation of language related areas - an fMRI study". BMC Neuroscience 4(1): 13. doi: 10.1186/1471-2202-4-13.
  2. Sadato Norihiro, Yamada Hiroki, Okada Tomohisa, Yoshida Masaki, Hasegawa Takehiro, Matsuki Ken-Ichi, Yonekura Yoshiharu, Itoh Harumi (2004). "Age-dependent plasticity in the superior temporal sulcus in deaf humans: a functional MRI study". BMC Neuroscience 5(1): 56. doi: 10.1186/1471-2202-5-56.
  3. C. F. Westbury, R. J. Zatorre, Alan C. Evans (1999). "Quantifying variability in the planum temporale: a probability map". Cerebral Cortex 9: 392-405. PMID: 10426418.
  4. Sex differences in handedness, asymmetry of the planum temporale and functional language lateralization
  5. Timothy D. Griffiths, Jason D. Warren (2002). "The planum temporale as a computational hub". Trends in Neurosciences 25(7): 348-353. doi: 10.1016/S0166-2236(02)02191-4.

[edit] References

  1. Patrick E. Barta (1997). "Planum temporale asymmetry reversal in schizophrenia: replication and relationship to gray matter abnormalities". American Journal of Psychiatry 154: 661-667. [1].
  2. Hanna Damasio (1995). Human brain anatomy in computerized images. Oxford University Press.
  3. Lennart Heimer (1994). The human brain and spinal cord: functional neuroanatomy and dissection guide. Springer Verlag.
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