By Deepak N. Pandya, Edward H. Yeterian (auth.), Alan Peters, Edward G. Jones (eds.)

This quantity bargains with a number of the organization components of the cerebral cortex and with the auditory cortex. within the first bankruptcy, through Deepak Pandya and Edward Yeterian, the overall architectural positive factors and connections of cortical associ­ ation parts are thought of; as those authors indicate, in primates the organization parts absorb a substantial component to the complete cortical floor. certainly, it's the improvement of the organization components that money owed for the best range­ ences among the brains of primate and non primate species, and those parts have lengthy been considered as an important within the formation of upper cognitive and be­ havioral features. within the following bankruptcy, Irving Diamond, David Fitzpatrick, and James Sprague contemplate the query of no matter if the services of the as­ sociation parts depend upon projections from the sensory components of the cortex. They use the visible cortex to ascertain this query and express that there's a good deal of distinction among species within the volume of dependence, the diversities being paralleled through diversifications within the demeanour within which the geniculate and pulvinar nuclei of the thalamus venture to the striate and additional striate cortical parts. one of many extra attention-grabbing and maybe least understood of the organization components is the cingulate cortex, mentioned through Brent Vogt. Cingulate cortex has been associated with emotion and with affective responses to discomfort, and in his bankruptcy Vogt supplies an account of its cytoarchitecture, connections, and functions.

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Areas PF and PFG send projections to two distinct sectors, one located dorsally along the lip of the IPS (area PG) and the other situated ventrally in the parietal operculum (area PGop). These two sectors project further caudally to the rostral portion of area PG (Fig. 16B). Areas PGm and rostral PG therefore represent the final destinations of two different but parallel rostral-to-caudal sequences of connections. One leads through the SPL from the dorsal postcentral gyrus to the medial surface of the parietal 6 Figure 15.

These two sectors project further caudally to the rostral portion of area PG (Fig. 16B). Areas PGm and rostral PG therefore represent the final destinations of two different but parallel rostral-to-caudal sequences of connections. One leads through the SPL from the dorsal postcentral gyrus to the medial surface of the parietal 6 Figure 15. Corticocortical connections (arrows) of areas 3, I, and 2 (indicated by thick vertical bars). Mil 4 3a 3 2 1· - 511 5 - · 7 23 CORTICAL ASSOCIATION AREAS 24 CHAPTER 1 lobe and area PGm.

With regard to the IPL, the rostral area (PF) receives connections from areas 3, 1, and 2 of the postcentral gyrus (Fig. 15) and projects to the adjoining area PFG. Areas PF and PFG also project to the cortex in the lower bank of the IPS (area POa). The main sequence of connections continues, however, with a projection from the rostral to the caudal portion of the IPL. Areas PF and PFG send projections to two distinct sectors, one located dorsally along the lip of the IPS (area PG) and the other situated ventrally in the parietal operculum (area PGop).

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