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fusiform gyrus n.

fusiform gyrus n.

One-year-old fear memories rapidly activate human fusiform gyrus

Neurons in the fusiform gyrus are fewer and smaller in autism

Learning affective values for faces is expressed in amygdala and fusiform gyrus

How music alters a kiss: superior temporal gyrus controls fusiform–amygdalar effective connectivity

Attention Modulates Gamma-band Oscillations Differently in the Human Lateral Occipital Cortex and Fusiform Gyrus

Dissociation of Sensitivity to Spatial Frequency in Word and Face Preferential Areas of the Fusiform Gyrus

Priming Effects in the Fusiform Gyrus: Changes in Neural Activity beyond the Second Presentation

Distinct but Overlapping Patterns of Response to Words and Faces in the Fusiform Gyrus

Functional connectivity of the fusiform gyrus during a face-matching task in subjects with mild cognitive impairment

A network of occipito‐temporal face‐sensitive areas besides the right middle fusiform gyrus is necessary for normal face processing

Impaired Face Discrimination in Acquired Prosopagnosia Is Associated with Abnormal Response to Individual Faces in the Right Middle Fusiform Gyrus

Goal-Directed Actions Activate the Face-Sensitive Posterior Superior Temporal Sulcus and Fusiform Gyrus in the Absence of Human-Like Perceptual Cues

Efficient Visual Object and Word Recognition Relies on High Spatial Frequency Coding in the Left Posterior Fusiform Gyrus: Evidence from a Case-Series of Patients with Ventral Occipito-Temporal Cortex Damage

 

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A spindle-shaped gyrus on the medial (inside) surface of each temporal lobe, at the junction with the occipital lobe, occupied by Area V4 of the visual cortex, largely responsible for colour perception and also implicated in face recognition. The left fusiform gyrus is involved in word recognition in reading, and lesions in that region are associated with spelling dyslexia. It is sometimes taken to include a region that is adjacent and anterior to this and is involved in object perception. [From Latin fusus a spindle + forma a shape + Greek gyros a circle or ring]

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