(SENtence Supramodal Areas AtlaS) is a brain atlas of cortical areas of language integration.
32 multimodal areas of sentence processing activated and leftward asymmetrical during sentence production, reading and listening were identified by comparison with a reference task (word list production, reading and listening). The temporal correlations at rest between these 32 regions made it possible to detect their belonging to 3 networks. Among these networks, one, including 18 regions, contains the essential language areas (SENT_CORE network), i.e. those whose lesion would cause an alteration in the understanding of speech.
SENSAAS (March 2019): SENSAAS.zip
L. Labache, M. Joliot, J. Saracco, G. Jobard, I. Hesling, L. Zago, E. Mellet, L. Petit, F. Crivello, B. Mazoyer, Nathalie Tzourio-Mazoyer, (2018) A SENtence Supramodal Areas AtlaS (SENSAAS) based on multiple task-induced activation mapping and graph analysis of intrinsic connectivity in 144 healthy right-handers. Brain Structure and Function, p. 1-24. 10.1007/s00429-018-1810-2