Brodmann areas are a useful way of dividing up the brain according to the microarchitecture. I’ve categorised a number of articles on the blog according to the corresponding Brodmann Areas. Some of the articles where the focus is on more than one area are starred. There are also some miscellaneous sections for other structures and a section at the end which looks at localising methods.
Area 6 (Agranular Frontal Area 6)
Areas 13 and 14 (Insular Cortex)
Area 15 (Anterior Temporal Lobe – Controversial Area in Humans)
Area 27 (Piriform Cortex)
(Area 28 Entorhinal Cortex)
(Areas 45, 46, 47 – Inferior Frontal Gyrus)
Medial Temporal Lobe
Miscellaneous Subcortical Structures
Generic Articles Relating to Localisation
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