pSTS

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pSTSPosterior Superior Temporal Sulcus
pSTSPhilosophy of Science, Technology and Society
pSTSPrecision SIGINT Targeting System
pSTSPlayers Softball Tournament Series (men's recreation; Orange County, CA)
pSTSProfile Specific Test Specification (telecommunications)
pSTSPrimary School Teachers and Science (UK)
pSTSPetroleum Safety Training System
pSTSPost Sales Technical Support
pSTSPower Supply Test Station/Set
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A comparison of the respective activation maps, however, revealed comprehension of affective prosody to be bound to a distinct right-hemisphere pattern of activation, encompassing posterior superior temporal sulcus (Brodmann Area (BA) 22), dorsolateral (BA 44/45), and orbitobasal (BA 47) frontal areas.
The area is called the posterior superior temporal sulcus (pSTS).
Washington, Nov 3 (ANI): A region of the brain, called the posterior superior temporal sulcus, can respond to both facial and vocal expressions of emotion, according to researchers at the University of York.
This network includes a visual processing core system formed by the inferior occipital areas, the face fusiform area (for invariant face features) and the posterior superior temporal sulcus (for variable face features, such as eye gaze).
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