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Self processing in the brain: a paradigmatic fMRI case study with a professional singer.

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Self processing in the brain: a paradigmatic fMRI case study with a professional singer.

Auteurs : Yuliya Zaytseva ; Evgeny Gutyrchik ; Yan Bao ; Ernst Pöppel ; Shihui Han ; Georg Northoff ; Lorenz Welker ; Thomas Meindl ; Janusch Blautzik

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Understanding the mechanisms involved in perception and conception of oneself is a fundamental psychological topic with high relevance for psychiatric and neurological issues, and it is one of the great challenges in neuroscientific research. The paradigmatic single-case study presented here aimed to investigate different components of self- and other-processes and to elucidate corresponding neurobiological underpinnings. An eminent professional opera singer with profound performance experience has undergone functional magnetic resonance imaging and was exposed to excerpts of Mozart arias, sung by herself or another singer. The results indicate a distinction between self- and other conditions in cortical midline structures, differentially involved in self-related and self-referential processing. This lends further support to the assumption of cortical midline structures being involved in the neural processing of self-specific stimuli and also confirms the power of single case studies as a research tool.


DOI: 10.1016/j.bandc.2014.03.012

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