An, 2007; Fan and Han, 2008; Rameson et al., 2012). Having said that, Rameson et al. (2012) also observed that those individuals highest in trait empathy showed no reductions, neurally or experientially, under load. Additionally, Fan and Han (2008) demonstrated that an early element of empathic neural responses is unaffected by cognitive load, whereas a later element of empathic neural responses i
Ith the Automated Anatomical Labeling Atlas (AAL; Tzourio-Mazoyer et al., 2002) or using Marsbar (http://marsbar.sourceforge. net). A cingulate ROI that combined Brodmann Areas (BA) 24 and 32 (dilated to 2 mm) as well as the AAL anterior, middle, and posterior cingulate was divided into the dACC (bounded between y = 33 and y = 0) and the rACC (bounded between y = 54 and y = 34) (Bush et al., 2002;
Tral, and Anxiousness Empathize > Neutral). Then, a conjunction analysis of all 3 contrast images was employed to identify neural regions thatwere frequently recruited when empathizing with the 3 emotions. This conjunction evaluation across emotion sorts revealed widespread activity in MPFC, DMPFC, and amygdala, regions ordinarily associated with mentalizing and emotion (see Figure 3A, Table 2). S
S 84 (SD = 20 ) for the memory test after every single memorize block, indicating that participants had been performing the memory job as intended.Overview of effectsGiven that our three ?3 experimental style yielded quite a few prospective comparisons, we wanted to provide an overview on the data and identify patterns across the nine cells of our style. Thus, we looked for effects in the eight R
S 84 (SD = 20 ) for the memory test after every single memorize block, indicating that participants had been performing the memory job as intended.Overview of effectsGiven that our three ?3 experimental style yielded quite a few prospective comparisons, we wanted to provide an overview on the data and identify patterns across the nine cells of our style. Thus, we looked for effects in the eight R
Ith the Automated Anatomical Labeling Atlas (AAL; Tzourio-Mazoyer et al., 2002) or using Marsbar (http://marsbar.sourceforge. net). A cingulate ROI that combined Brodmann Areas (BA) 24 and 32 (dilated to 2 mm) as well as the AAL anterior, middle, and posterior cingulate was divided into the dACC (bounded between y = 33 and y = 0) and the rACC (bounded between y = 54 and y = 34) (Bush et al., 2002;
Ith the Automated Anatomical Labeling Atlas (AAL; Tzourio-Mazoyer et al., 2002) or using Marsbar (http://marsbar.sourceforge. net). A cingulate ROI that combined Brodmann Areas (BA) 24 and 32 (dilated to 2 mm) as well as the AAL anterior, middle, and posterior cingulate was divided into the dACC (bounded between y = 33 and y = 0) and the rACC (bounded between y = 54 and y = 34) (Bush et al., 2002;

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