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- Sex differences in visual-spatial working memory: A meta-analysis
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Sex differences in visual-spatial working memory: A meta-analysis
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Men and women show distinct brain activations during imagery of sexual and emotional infidelity. Neuroimage 32, — Takahashi et al. Given the paucity of studies in the literature, their finding helps to understand sex-specific biological underpinnings of romantic jealousy and broadens the knowledge of this field. They explained their results in terms of arousal associated with emotional information, hormonal transmission, and evolutionary perspective. Participants were provided with 18 short sentences for each category neutral, sexual infidelity, and emotional infidelity.
Distinct neural mechanisms underlie the success, precision, and vividness of episodic memory
A network of brain regions have been linked with episodic memory retrieval, but limited progress has been made in identifying the contributions of distinct parts of the network. Here, we utilized continuous measures of retrieval to dissociate three components of episodic memory: retrieval success, precision, and vividness. In the fMRI scanner, participants encoded objects that varied continuously on three features: color, orientation, and location.
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Even though intimacy has been broadly defined in terms of romantic love and sexual desire , the neuroanatomy of intimacy needs further explanation in order to fully understand their neurological functions in different components within intimate relationships, which are romantic love, lust , attachment , and rejection in love. Also, known functions of the neuroanatomy involved can be applied to observations seen in people who are experiencing any of the stages in intimacy. Research analysis of these systems provide insight on the biological basis of intimacy , but the neurological aspect must be considered as well in areas that require special attention to mitigate issues in intimacy, such as violence against a beloved partner or problems with social bonding. Pair bonding , or intense social attachment, normally initiates partner preference in sexual situations and monogamy in many mammalian species. Monogamous species generally exhibit an exclusive responsibility to each other as well as co-parenting to their offspring.
Recent neuroimaging studies on mental imagery of human body parts suggest that the left hemisphere is dominant in body processing. However, studies on mental imagery of full human bodies reported stronger right hemisphere or bilateral activations. Here, we measured functional magnetic resonance imaging during mental imagery of bilateral partial upper and full bodies.
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