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What does STG stand for?

STG stands for Superior Temporal Gyrus

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The researchers found that the experienced psychographers showed lower levels of activity in the left hippocampus (limbic system), right superior temporal gyrus, and the frontal lobe regions of the left anterior cingulate and right precentral gyrus during psychography compared to their normal (non-trance) writing.
Scientists found that while kids use their prefrontal cortexes to do math, adults use a part of their brains called the superior temporal gyrus.
Scientists have shown that the left superior temporal gyrus may help connect the sounds of speech to written letters.
But when patients had both increased age and OSA, decreased brain activation was noted, compared with younger patients, specifically in the right superior temporal gyrus and anterior cingulate, and in the bilateral parahip-pocampal gyri, caudate, precuneus, cerebellum, and fusiform gyrus, said Dr.
Follow-up MRI obtained on the 30th day after the onset of symptoms demonstrated a reduction in the volume of the lesion, as well as image characteristics typical of a cavernous angioma located immediately adjacent to Heschl's convolution in the left superior temporal gyrus (figure 2).
It may be that the deficit in dyslexia is primarily due to a failure in developing accurate and stable systems for orthographic representations in fusiform gyrus and phonologic representations in the superior temporal gyrus or a failure in mapping between these systems through integration in the tempo-parietal region.