Brain organization of the preparation to visual recognition in preadolescent children View Full Text


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2015-09

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D. A. Farber, A. V. Kurganskii, N. E. Petrenko

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The brain organization of the preparation to perceiving incomplete images fragmented to different extents was studied in children aged 10–11 and 11–12 years. Functional connections of the ventrolateral and dorsoventral cortical zones with other zones were examined at three consecutive stages of the preparation to perceiving incomplete images. The results were compared with data obtained for adults. The effect of preparation on image recognition was inferred from regional event-related potentials. In adults, functional interactions of the dorsolateral and ventrolateral prefrontal cortex with other cortical zones of the right hemisphere were enhanced at the stage of waiting for a target stimulus not recognized yet, while connections in the left hemisphere became stronger short before the stimulus was successfully recognized. In children, stagerelated changes in functional interactions were similar between the two hemispheres, and peak interaction activity was observed at the stage preceding the successful recognition. Children aged 11–12 years showed a lower involvement of the ventrolateral cortex in the preparatory stage and recognition as compared with adults and 10- to 11-year-old children. At the same time, the older children had a more mature pattern of the dorsolateral cortex involvement, which provided for a more efficient recognition than in the younger children. The features observed for the brain organization of visual recognition and preceding preparatory processes in 11- to 12-year-old children were assumed to result from the multidirectional effects sex hormones exert on the function of various prefrontal cortical zones in early puberty. More... »

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