The superior temporal gyrus is one of three parallel gyri of the lateral temporal lobe, which are separated by two sulci. The gyri are simply the superior, the middle, and the inferior temporal gyri. The sulci between the superior and middle temporal gyri is the superior temporal sulcus.
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