Little is known about the processing of non-verbal sounds in the primary progressive aphasias. Importantly, because of the well known relationship between language laterality and handedness (Pujol et al., 1999; Knecht et al., 2000; Szaflarski et al., 2002), we aimed to test whether any effect in left AG would be significant when atypical data from left handers were included or excluded. This apredictive pattern is not readily explained by prediction error accounts without appeal to precision-weighting, in which a prediction error is weighted by the system’s confidence in the signal (Friston, 2005; Wacongne et al., 2012; Chennu et al., 2013). There was no significant effect of the hand of response used in the matching tasks on activation for semantic relative to perceptual decisions. 4): In mAG, activation was higher for semantic decisions than picture naming (Z = 5.6); reading aloud than picture naming (Z = 5.5) and articulation (say “1,2,3”) than perceptual decisions (Z = 3.3). 310. The remaining four conditions involved the presentation of the same four sets of stimuli with a different task. Moreover, as α-β frequency bands include a wide range of frequencies we analyzed them separately. During semantic and perceptual decisions, the item above acted as a target that was semantically or physically related to one of the items below. In mAG, deactivation during semantic decisions on pictures was stronger in subjects with faster reaction times (p = 0.03). Specifically, we considered a trial to be bad if its absolute z score across trials exceeded three on any of the following metrics: (1) the mean across channels of the voltage range within the trial, (2) the mean across channels of the variance of the voltages within the trial, and (3) the mean across channels of the difference between the mean voltage at that channel in the trial in question and the mean voltage at that channel across all trials. Great expectations: is there evidence for predictive coding in auditory cortex? Our findings provide a framework for reporting and interpreting AG activations with greater definition. It happens in the case of semantic dementia where progressive neocortical degeneration is seen. Each participant was assigned two Critical sets of word-pairs (one related and one unrelated; 78 word-pairs per list) and two Filler sets (one related and one unrelated; 98 word-pairs per list). The CNV is typically observed in the preparatory period before a temporally-expected target and is considered to reflect priming of the neural circuits required for a task-appropriate response, whether that be motoric (Gómez et al., 2001) or cognitive (Chennu et al., 2013). Next, the slope values were compared between conditions with the spatial cluster mass analysis in FieldTrip (Oostenveld et al., 2011). The AG is a posterior part of the inferior parietal lobule corresponding to Brodmann's area (BA) 39 or area PG of von Economo and Koskinas (see Triarhou, 2007). Please cite references showing that these time windows are relevant and clarify how this affects the findings. Although all voxels were significantly more activated during semantic matching than perceptual matching, their response can be characterized into three main patterns (see bar graphs): activated by both matching conditions relative to fixation (red), deactivated by both matching condition relative to fixation (blue), or activated during semantic matching but deactivated during perceptual matching relative to fixation (yellow). Next, we interpolated the data of any previously removed channels via the spherical interpolation method of EEGLAB and re-referenced the data to the average of the whole head. semantic satiation. Although the results of this latest research are indeed intriguing, further studies controlling for both the semantic In other terms Non-semantic tags are those tags whose name doesn’t suggest or describe you anything what they do. This data were then bandpass filtered between 1 and 40 Hz using a firws filter as implemented in FieldTrip (Oostenveld et al., 2011). Consequently, for a qualitative visualization of the source estimates, here we plot the whole-brain thresholded t values (p < 0.05) of the source estimate contrasts, uncorrected for multiple comparisons. In this paper, we present two experiments, a pen-and-paper and a verbal protocol study, where participants used oppositely related and similarly related word stimuli in conceptual design. Within mAG, activation was proportional to the level of semantic associations with most activation when semantic associations were allowed to occur continuously and randomly during fixation; high when the task focused on semantic associations between 3 concepts; and least during perceptual decisions and naming that focused attention on perceptual processing and name retrieval respectively. Semantic feature analysis (SFA; Boyle & Coelho, 1995), typicality treatment (Kiran & Thompson, 2003), and mediating strategy training were combined to maximize potential generalization effects. Our post-target time window therefore continued to 382 ms post-target. Next, we estimated the probability under the null hypothesis of observing cluster sum Ts more extreme than those in the experimental data, i.e., the p value of each cluster. Mean RTs and confidence intervals (95%): prime validity (high/low), relatedness of the target (related/unrelated). By examining the effects of task and stimuli in each AG subdivision, we propose that mAG is involved in semantic associations regardless of the presence or absence of a stimulus; dAG is involved in searching for semantics in all visual stimuli, and vAG is involved in the conceptual identification of visual inputs. It has been revealed that subjective experience of the loss of meaning of images de-pends on the valence of stimuli. Behavioral results. A, B, Main effect from the group analysis (at p < 0.05 FWE-corrected) over our 94 subjects for semantic matching relative to perceptual matching (semantic system) (A), and for deactivations relative to fixation over all non-semantic stimuli (default network) (B). Since only semantic stimuli have been used until now, the nature of this phenomenon is still not clear. The thresholded t values showed the peak of activity at the right middle and superior fontal gyri for the early effect; and the activity peak at the right supplementary motor area for the late effect, as shown in Figure 5. (1) Correct pronunciation; (2) unsure of pronunciation; (3) mispronunciation; (4) accidental voice-key triggering. Decisions are customarily a result of the Reviewing Editor and the peer reviewers coming together and discussing their recommendations until a consensus is reached. For instance, Binder et al. 2). To minimize artefacts from additional preparatory muscular activity before vocal onset, in our preregistered methods, we planned to choose the latest time point for analysis post-target by identifying when the mouth EMG signal began to significantly differ between prime validity conditions in a temporal cluster mass randomization test, as implemented in FieldTrip (Oostenveld et al., 2011). We low-pass filtered the continuous EEG data at 40 Hz using the finite impulse response filter implemented in EEGLAB (Delorme and Makeig, 2004). These results are broadly consistent with the two-stage profile observed in the auditory oddball local, global paradigm (Bekinschtein et al., 2009), which includes an MMN in an early stage reflecting errors of the local context of the stimuli and a P3b response to errors of the global context given by blocks across the task. We recorded the electrode locations of each participant relative to the surface of the head using a Xensor Electrode Digitizer device and the Visor2 software (AntNeuro b.v.). As recommended by SPM12, the resulting ERP was low-pass filtered below 20 Hz using a FIR filter (again, with EEGLAB’s pop_neweegfilt), and the mean of the baseline window (−200–0 ms) was subtracted. Fig. Next, we aligned the electrode locations, that were recorded with Xensor Electrode Digitizer device, to the surface of the scalp layer that was segmented from the T1-weighted anatomic scan. Critically, the response in mAG was not dependent on visual inputs as shown recently by (Brownsett and Wise, 2010) who reported activation at [−50 −68 + 26] for both written and spoken narratives and by (Obleser et al., 2007) who associated activation at [−50 −60 + 34] with a semantic resource for speech comprehension. Semantic priming relatedness proportion task (Hutchison, 2007). Therefore, under a predictive coding framework, one can appeal to varying levels of attention across task conditions. Priming is a phenomenon whereby exposure to one stimulus influences a response to a subsequent stimulus, without conscious guidance or intention. Understanding how different parts of AG interact with other regions can also help to refine previous language models; for instance, several recent studies have suggested that the left AG provides top-down “semantic constraints” during language comprehension (Price, 2010), a role that we can now potentially attribute to mAG/vAG rather than dAG. A total of 64 participants were recruited, with the data of two participants excluded from analysis because of outlying data, as quantified by the non-recursive procedure for outlier elimination (detailed below, Behavioural data analyses section; Van Selst and Jolicoeur, 1994; Hutchison, 2007). However, this approach returned no significant clusters at the source level (interaction smallest cluster p = 0.147; main effect smallest cluster p = 0.067). Predictive coding theory argues that the brain processes information in a hierarchical probabilistic Bayesian manner (Knill and Pouget, 2004; Friston, 2005) by contrasting sensory input with prior expectations generated from context and the perceiver’s knowledge (Clark, 2013; Heilbron and Chait, 2018). A common spatial filter was then computed on the dataset containing all trials using a linear constraint minimum variance (LCMV) beamformer (Van Drongelen et al., 1996; Van Veen et al., 1997; Robinson and Vrba, 1999). For example, access to the semantic system from phonology was expected to be stronger during written word processing than picture processing. Indeed, consistent with this, 59% of our participants (13/22) self-reported that their strategy was to generate an expectation in the high validity condition only (i.e., “I was trying to guess next word if previous was blue,” where blue was high validity condition). There were four separate scanning runs or sessions. 3C,D) at ∼350 ms poststimulus (negative cluster: 316–350 ms, p = 0.021; positive cluster: 306–382 ms, p = 0.004). Our results segregated three different left AG regions that were all activated by semantic relative to perceptual matching: (1) a midregion (mAG) that overlapped with the default network because it was deactivated during all tasks relative to fixation; (2) a dorsomesial region (dAG) that was more activated by all tasks relative to fixation; and (3) a ventrolateral region (vAG) that was only activated above fixation during semantic matching. In addition to being associated with semantic processing, the left AG has also been identified as part of the so-called “default network” (Raichle et al., 2001) that is deactivated during goal-directed tasks compared with rest or any passive baselines. In particular, we note that higher mAG activation for reading relative to picture naming might reflect unconstrained semantic associations that occur in parallel to the direct links from orthography and phonology (Strain et al., 1995) or post articulation because reading is faster than picture naming (Fraise, 1969; Potter and Falconer, 1975) and our interstimulus onset was held constant. 1A) including left AG, inferior and middle frontal regions, middle and superior temporal regions, precentral cortex, occipitotemporal cortex, and the supplementary motor area. To ensure that the task was understood correctly, all subjects undertook a short training session before entering the scanner with a different set of words and pictures. In addition, the perceptual decision task required attention to the visual stimulus whereas saying “1,2,3” was unrelated to the visual stimulus. A post hoc mixed design ANOVA with two within factors (relatedness of target; validity of the prime) and one between subjects factor (strategy; no-strategy) revealed a significant target × prime validity × strategy interaction (F(1,60) = 7.537, p =0.008, ηp2 = 0.112, BFinclusion = 3.203), reflecting the apparent presence of a prime validity effect when participants reported using the prime strategically (F(1,29) = 20.388, p < 0.001, ηp2 = 0.413; BFinclusion = 34.67) but absence of a prime validity effect when participants reported no strategy (F(1,31) = 0.860, p = 0.361, ηp2 = 0.027; BFinclusion = 0.393; Fig. 3D) and is more extreme (i.e., more positive-going) for expected targets. 3C). However, we found no evidence of any differences in these measures between high and low validity primes before target onset. To explain why left AG is part of both the default and the semantic networks, Binder and colleagues (Binder et al., 1999, 2009; McKiernan et al., 2003, 2006) proposed that task-unrelated thoughts during conscious passive states are essentially semantic because they involve activation and manipulation of acquired knowledge about the world that is interrupted during effortful tasks so that competition between exogenous and endogenous attentional and executive resources is reduced. Indeed, under predictive coding, the brain is considered to optimize the difference between its expectations and sensory input by updating its internal model (Friston, 2010); hence, it is possible that the optimal means of minimizing prediction error in this task is to always predict the related target, regardless of the prime validity. Recent studies have demonstrated that the capacity of visual working memory is influenced by the type of information to be remembered and is greater for real-world objects than for abstract stimuli. Therefore, all the younger participants were right handed and responded with their right hand. The role of the supplementary motor area for speech and language processing, Attention and conscious perception in the hypothesis testing brain, Attentional control and the relatedness proportion effect in semantic priming, JASP (Version 0.9. SfN does not assume any responsibility for any injury and/or damage to persons or property arising from or related to any use of any material contained in eNeuro. We performed non-parametric power calculations using the data of all participants of the strategy group from experiment 1. Upper panel, Difference between related and unrelated targets in the early time window (232–280 ms). We then conducted paired-sample t tests between the post-target conditions (SP-high validity/SP-low validity) for all AAL regions; and another paired-sample t test between the relatedness conditions (related/unrelated) for each AAL region in four time windows (226–280, 232–290, 316–350, 306–382 ms) from the main effects obtained in the sensor level ERP analyses (Results). We do not retain these email addresses. Other task and stimulus effects revealed the following (Fig. A total of 28 stimuli were included in the study paradigm. Under precision-weighting, all possible patterns of prediction error signals on the scalp are possible, including apredictive patterns as we observed here, as precision may vary freely across task conditions (Kok et al., 2012). Specifically, we can pit the facilitation of target word processing that comes from presentation of a related prime against a global context in which it is not efficient for the comprehender to use the prime to predict the target, i.e., primes rarely followed by related targets (Keefe and Neely, 1990; Hutchison, 2007; Lau et al., 2013a,b). The hand of response was held constant in both the activation (semantic decision) and control (perceptual decision) conditions. Semantic relative to perceptual matching activated a strongly left-lateralized set of regions (Fig. In the same way, we divided the 196 filler word-pairs into two balanced lists (N = 98 word-pairs per list; all p > 0.284, all BF10 <0.267). The extent of the semantic activation in the left AG overlapped on the probabilistic cytoarchitectonic (coronal view at y = −66, with a zoom on the left AG). Descriptive statistics including mean RT (ms) and SD of related and unrelated word-pairs on each validity context, high prime validity and low prime validity. These patterns remained significant and robust even after excluding left handed subjects (supplemental Figs. Our participants were engaged in 8 goal directed tasks as well as fixation. We aimed to detect a RT interaction of the same magnitude as seen in the strategy group of experiment 1; therefore, we conducted a power analysis to select an appropriate sample size for this goal. Individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) experience difficulties with language, particularly higher-level functions like semantic integration. I recommend that the word-list material be shared since this could be very useful for further researcher. One formulation of how this may occur is provided by the Brain’s router model (Zylberberg et al., 2010), in which a set of neurons (the router) connects incoming sensory information to a set of possible responses, while a task-set specifies the response to be executed in response to a given stimulus. Illustration of the signal level (effect size in bar graphs) in the three subdivisions vAG (in yellow), mAG (in blue), and dAG (in red) for all tasks and stimuli: W, words; P, pictures; S, string of Greek letters, N, non-objects; Fam, familiar; Unfam, unfamiliar. Moreover, there was no evidence, in any of the subdivisions, that processing was influenced by the demands on perceptual processing (p > 0.001 for perceptual matching versus saying “1,2,3”) or the intensity or size of the visual stimulus (p > 0.001 for non-objects versus Greek letters). Subsequent artifact rejection proceeded in the following steps based on a combination of methods described by Nolan et al. One alternative method to identify the default network is to use a data-driven approach such as independent component analysis (ICA) (McKeown et al., 1998) to segregate the different resting-state networks (Greicius and Menon, 2004; Damoiseaux et al., 2006). The default network, as defined by deactivation relative to fixation during all unfamiliar stimuli, is illustrated in Figure 1B. In conclusion, we here reported ERP evidence of hierarchical matching of semantic expectations to incoming speech. A method for using blocked and event-related fMRI data to study “resting state” functional connectivity, Disconnexion syndromes in animals and man. (responses: YES/NO); (3) did you engage in any strategy to speed up your responses using the color cue? Furthermore, we can be confident that the 382-ms time window allows us to capture semantic processes as this time window was defined on the basis of RTs (minus a motor preparation period) that are themselves modulated by the semantic associations of the words. An optimal expectation then would be to always predict DOG in response to CAT, thus resulting in CNVs that do not differ across prime validity. As we did not know whether a participant was in the Strategy group until their self-report form was completed at the end of the study, we recruited participants until 22 of them were classified as being in the strategy group (median age: 21, range: 18–30; 12 in the no-strategy group, median age: 22, range: 19–33). As an exploratory analysis, and to increase power to detect a potential interaction effect, we tested for the interaction within each of the main effect clusters by averaging per condition and participant across all channels and time points within each main effect cluster. Stimuli. Therefore, the relative levels of attention across conditions could interact to generate this apredictive effect. The selected regions are the left inferior frontal gyrus (LIFG), including pars opercularis, pars triangularis and pars orbitralis; the posterior left middle temporal gyrus (LMTG); and posterior left superior temporal gyrus (LSTG), as Weber et al. The only voxels that showed higher activation within the default network for semantic matching were located in the left angular gyrus. However, there is no evidence of a two-stage profile that reflects violations of semantic expectations at a single level of the hierarchy, such as the mismatch negativity (MMN) and P3b observed in the local-global paradigm, which are elicited by violations of local and global expectations, respectively. For example, the word NURSE is recognized more quickly following the word DOCTOR than following the word BREAD.Priming can be perceptual, associative, repetitive, positive, negative, affective, semantic, or conceptual. Summary of in-scanner behavioral responses (mean ± SD) of accuracy (in [%]) and reaction times (in [s]) during all conditions over our 94 subjects. Objective Real-time functional magnetic resonance imaging neurofeedback (rt-fMRI-NF) is a non-invasive MRI procedure allowing examined participants to learn to self-regulate brain activity by performing mental tasks. As with the ERP analyses, we low-pass filtered the resulting average time series below 20 Hz (EEGLAB’s pop_neweegfilt). The clinical presentation of patients with semantic dementia is dominated by anomia and poor verbal comprehension. By including semantic and non-semantic stimuli we were able to identify which parts of the AG were involved in semantic processing and the correspondence between these parts and the default network (which was expected to be deactivated for all conditions relative to fixation). Participants gave a button response on the keyboard (1–4) to rate their pronunciation (as per Hutchison, 2007). Together, these analyses suggested no apparent electrophysiological markers of pre-target expectation formation in our data. All participants reported to be monolingual native English speakers, right-handed, and with no history of neurologic conditions or diagnosis of dyslexia. (7) “1,2,3 Pictures” indicated that the participant should say “1,2,3” while looking at each of the 3 pictures of meaningless non-objects. The results suggest greater priming in a high validity condition when the words are related. However, as noted above, appeal to precision-weighting problematically allows for post hoc explanations of all possible ERP patterns (Bowman et al., 2013). We constructed individual boundary element head models (BEM; four layers) from subject-specific T1-weighted anatomic scans, by using the “dipoli” method of the MATLAB toolbox FieldTrip (Oostenveld et al., 2011). Stimuli and procedure were the same as in experiment 1, except for the duration of the fixation cross (increased from 600 to 750 ms to provide more time for an EEG time-frequency baseline). According to the Edinburgh handedness questionnaire (Oldfield, 1971): 58 were right-handed and 40 were either left-handed or ambidextrous. Specifically, we expected these differential expectations to be reflected in the ERPs, including the slope of a putative slow wave, or contingent negative variation (CNV; Chennu et al., 2013), and/or in the power of the EEG in the α/β bands, as these have been previously associated with the precision of expectations (Bauer et al., 2014). However, this approach revealed no significant clusters (smallest cluster p = 0.513), and so did not provide a suitable cutoff time point for our analyses. Higher vAG activation for pictures than words suggests responses increase when conceptual identification is accessed directly from visual inputs (Viswanathan and Childers, 2003). 3). Functional scanning was always preceded by 14.4 s of dummy scans to insure steady-state tissue magnetization. However, in preregistered analyses of main effects in the same latency range, we found four significant main effects of relatedness of the target (i.e., unrelated vs related targets; Fig. Are the responses in question robust enough to be valid with such a small number of trials? Regarding the source estimation analyses, the early effect was localized to the middle frontal gyrus, which has been previously associated with semantic categorization when compared with passive listening (Noesselt et al., 2003). 1C, 2A). While the topography of this effect is similar to that of an N400 effect, with a maximum over midline parietal electrodes, it is evident from Figure 3D that the underlying waveforms are not consistent with an N400 effect. Semantic matching involves a search for semantic features that are shared across two stimuli, and short term memory to maintain these features while a decision is made. In auditory processing, violations of local (within-trial) expectations elicit a mismatch negativity (MMN), while violations of global (across-trial) expectations elicit a later positive component (P300). Publication of an advertisement or other product mention in JNeurosci should not be construed as an endorsement of the manufacturer’s claims. In this experiment, participant’s behavior (RT; C) showed the same pattern as their ERP responses (B). 3A,B) and the late main effect (Fig. Half of the participants received the following written instructions: “If the uppercase word is Blue, it is highly likely that the meaning of the lower case word will be related; and if the uppercase word is Yellow, it is highly likely that the meaning of the lower case word will be unrelated” (as per Hutchison, 2007). Here, we have addressed the issue by providing higher spatial precision in the left AG subdivisions along with some of the corresponding functional characteristics. 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Each session consisted of 24 blocks of stimuli of the same type/condition with an additional 12 blocks of fixation that were presented every two stimulus blocks. semantic priming / semantic satiation / schizophrenia INTROdUCTION Dereism can be defined as a sense of unreal physical and social world, or changed and un-real perception of the reality. Thank you for sharing this eNeuro article. For each subdivision and condition, we investigated whether semantic activation correlated, across our 94 subjects, with age, gender, handedness and/or the in-scanner semantic decision times. Bayesian equivalent analyses considered this to be anecdotal evidence for the alternative hypothesis (BFinclusion = 1.505; Fig. Also tested with abstract & concrete concepts. Enter multiple addresses on separate lines or separate them with commas. Stimulus presentation in the scanner was via a video projector, a front-projection screen and a system of mirrors fastened to the MRI head coil. In this paper, we used fMRI to characterize the different spatial patterns of activation and deactivation in the left angular gyrus (AG) when systematically varying semantic, perceptual and speech processing in a large group of 94 healthy subjects. In addition, the instructions were verbally repeated by the experimenter. Therefore, these source estimates should be interpreted with caution, and future studies with this paradigm will wish to replicate these sources. 5), whereas in another study the local MMN effect was localized to the temporal parietal junction and prefrontal cortex (Chennu et al., 2013), indicating not entirely overlapping neurocognitive processes. All significant effects are shown in red-to-yellow (A) or blue-to-white (B) color coding and projected on an individual T1-weighted image. This common spatial filter served then for source estimation of the remaining six sets of trials. 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