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C83SNR: Social Neuroscience Research, Lecture #7: The social brain: TPJ, PFC, precuneus, PMC, MRI, & TMS

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Slide #1. Social Neuroscience Semester Two: Hello, I am Nick Holmes
Slide #2. Social Neuroscience Research: Overview
Slide #3. Social Neuroscience Semester Two: Brain area 1
Slide #4. Social Neuroscience Semester Two: Brain area 2
Slide #5. Social Neuroscience Semester Two: Method 1: (functional) magnetic resonance imaging
Slide #6. Social Neuroscience Semester Two: Method 2: Diffusion-weighted MRI (also DTI)
Slide #7. Social Neuroscience Semester Two: Method 3: Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)
Slide #8. Social Neuroscience Semester Two: Method 4: Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
Slide #9. Social Neuroscience Semester Two: Method 5: Resting state networks
Slide #10. 'Resting state' or 'default mode' networks: Finding default networks
Slide #11. Interlude: (time to check your devices, if you like)
Slide #12. Social Neuroscience Research: The temporo-parietal junction (TPJ) as a social hub
Slide #13. rTPJ is for ToM: Saxe & Kanwisher (2003): Background I
Slide #14. rTPJ is for ToM: Saxe & Kanwisher (2003): Background II
Slide #15. rTPJ is for ToM: Saxe & Kanwisher (2003): Methods
Slide #16. rTPJ is for ToM: Saxe & Kanwisher (2003): Results I
Slide #17. rTPJ is for ToM: Saxe & Kanwisher (2003): Results II
Slide #18. rTPJ is for ToM: Saxe & Kanwisher (2003): Discussion
Slide #19. rTPJ is NOT for ToM: Decety & Lamm (2007): Results I
Slide #20. rTPJ is NOT for ToM: Decety & Lamm (2007): Results II
Slide #21. rTPJ IS for ToM: Scholz et al. (2009): Methods
Slide #22. rTPJ IS for ToM: Scholz et al. (2009): Results
Slide #23. rTPJ is NOT for ToM: Mitchell (2008): Results I
Slide #24. rTPJ is NOT for ToM: Mitchell (2008): Results II
Slide #25. rTPJ IS for ToM: Young et al. (2010): Methods
Slide #26. rTPJ IS for ToM: Young et al. (2010): Results I
Slide #27. rTPJ IS for ToM: Young et al. (2010): Results II
Slide #28. Is rTPJ for ToM?: Resolving the debate?
Slide #29. Is rTPJ for ToM?: Mars et al. (2012): rTPJ connectivity I
Slide #30. Is rTPJ for ToM?: Mars et al. (2012): rTPJ connectivity II
Slide #31. Is rTPJ for ToM?: Mars et al. (2013): rTPJ connectivity III
Slide #32. rTPJ as a social hub: Some TDCS & TMS over the TPJ
Slide #33. rTPJ as a social hub: Reviews and further reading
Slide #34. Interlude: (time to check your devices, if you like)
Slide #35. Where am I?: The astonishing truth about the medial frontal cortex
Slide #36. The default mode network is for self-processing: Craik et al. (1999): Background
Slide #37. The default mode network is for self-processing: Craik et al. (1999): Methods
Slide #38. The default mode network is for self-processing: Craik et al. (1999): Behavioural results
Slide #39. The default mode network is for self-processing: Craik et al. (1999): Neuroimaging results
Slide #40. The default mode network is for self-processing: Craik et al. (1999): Conclusion
Slide #41. An astonishing hypothesis:
Slide #42. Is the default mode network for self-processing: Alternative hypotheses
Slide #43. Social cognition IS the default function of the human brain: (circular logic?)
Slide #44. Social cognition tasks share a common set of processes: The 'E-Network'
Slide #45. Re-evaluating the social cognition network: Cook's task-relevance theory
Slide #46. Social Neuroscience Semester Two: Next week: The body, self, and other


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