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Title: Sustaining attention to simple tasks: A meta-analytic review of the neural mechanisms of vigilant attention.      
dateReleased:
09-16-2015
description:
Here we synthesized what we have learned from functional neuroimaging about the neural mechanisms of vigilant attention, that is, our ability to stay focused on simple, intellectually unchallenging tasks. To this end, a quantitative meta-analysis of pertinent neuroimaging studies was performed, identifying a set of mainly right-lateralized brain regions that may form the core network subserving vigilant attention in humans. This network included dorsomedial, mid- and ventrolateral prefrontal cortex, anterior insula, parietal areas (intraparietal sulcus, temporoparietal junction), and subcortical structures (cerebellar vermis, thalamus, putamen, midbrain). This dataset was automatically imported from the ANIMA database. Version: 1
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instance of dataset
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available
refinement:
analyzed data
dateModified:
02-29-2016
creators:
ANIMA
ID:
839
types:
image
name:
Homo sapiens
ID:
doi:10.1037/a0030694
authors:
Robert Langner and Simon B. Eickhoff
method:
magnetic resonance imaging
accessURL: http://neurovault.org/collections/839/download
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NeuroVault
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gzip compressed
license:
CC0 license
format:
NIfTI
accessType:
download
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none
authorization:
none
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NeuroVault
homePage: http://neurovault.org/
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SCR:003806
name:
NeuroVault
abbreviation:
NeuroVault
homePage: http://neurovault.org/
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SCR:003806
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NeuroVault