STS means somatosensory?

Shamim Khaliq private at shamimkhaliq.co.uk
Mon Apr 23 07:52:35 EST 2001


no, STS means superior temporal sulcus.

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Shamim Khaliq <private at shamimkhaliq.co.uk> wrote in message
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> a few brain region questions. STS means somatosensory? as in "The anterior
> sector of the STS region and the posterior sector of area F51 contain
> neurons that respond to the observation of specific meaningful actions".
is
> that in the parietal cortex? or premotor cortex?
>
> area F51, one more digit than i'm used to reading. not Brodmann area 6
(F5)?
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