Face processing and efficient recognition of facial expressions are impaired following right but not left anteromedial temporal lobe resections: Behavioral and fMRI evidence

Reisch LM, Wegrzyn M, Mielke M, Mehlmann A, Woermann FG, Bien C, Kißler J (2022)
Neuropsychologia: 108335.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
Anteromedial temporal lobe structures seem to support processing of faces and facial expressions. However, differential effects of unilateral left or right temporal lobe resections (TLR) on face processing, recognition of facial expressions, and on BOLD response to faces in intact brain areas are not yet fully understood. Therefore, we compared 39 patients with unilateral TLR (18 left, 21 right) and 20 healthy controls regarding recognition of facial identity and emotional facial expressions as well as BOLD response to fearful and neutral faces. We found impaired recognition of facial identity following right TLR, which was paralleled by reduced BOLD response to faces irrespective of expression in the right fusiform and lingual gyrus in postsurgical fMRI. Right TLR patients also exhibited subtle impairments of emotion recognition as they needed higher intensity of facial expressions for correct responses in a morphing task. Accuracy of emotion recognition and subjective appraisals of facial expressions did not differ between groups. There was no specific reduction of BOLD response to fearful versus neutral faces in either patient group. Our results underline the specific role of the right anteromedial temporal lobe in processing of faces and facial expressions by showing changes in face processing following right TLR in behavioral as well as imaging data. Copyright © 2022. Published by Elsevier Ltd.
Erscheinungsjahr
2022
Zeitschriftentitel
Neuropsychologia
Art.-Nr.
108335
eISSN
1873-3514
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2964754

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Reisch LM, Wegrzyn M, Mielke M, et al. Face processing and efficient recognition of facial expressions are impaired following right but not left anteromedial temporal lobe resections: Behavioral and fMRI evidence. Neuropsychologia. 2022: 108335.
Reisch, L. M., Wegrzyn, M., Mielke, M., Mehlmann, A., Woermann, F. G., Bien, C., & Kißler, J. (2022). Face processing and efficient recognition of facial expressions are impaired following right but not left anteromedial temporal lobe resections: Behavioral and fMRI evidence. Neuropsychologia, 108335. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2022.108335
Reisch, L. M., Wegrzyn, M., Mielke, M., Mehlmann, A., Woermann, F. G., Bien, C., and Kißler, J. (2022). Face processing and efficient recognition of facial expressions are impaired following right but not left anteromedial temporal lobe resections: Behavioral and fMRI evidence. Neuropsychologia:108335.
Reisch, L.M., et al., 2022. Face processing and efficient recognition of facial expressions are impaired following right but not left anteromedial temporal lobe resections: Behavioral and fMRI evidence. Neuropsychologia, : 108335.
L.M. Reisch, et al., “Face processing and efficient recognition of facial expressions are impaired following right but not left anteromedial temporal lobe resections: Behavioral and fMRI evidence”, Neuropsychologia, 2022, : 108335.
Reisch, L.M., Wegrzyn, M., Mielke, M., Mehlmann, A., Woermann, F.G., Bien, C., Kißler, J.: Face processing and efficient recognition of facial expressions are impaired following right but not left anteromedial temporal lobe resections: Behavioral and fMRI evidence. Neuropsychologia. : 108335 (2022).
Reisch, Lea Marie, Wegrzyn, Martin, Mielke, Malena, Mehlmann, Alexandra, Woermann, Friedrich G, Bien, Christian, and Kißler, Johanna. “Face processing and efficient recognition of facial expressions are impaired following right but not left anteromedial temporal lobe resections: Behavioral and fMRI evidence”. Neuropsychologia (2022): 108335.

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