Assessment of tonotopically organised subdivisions in human auditory cortex using volumetric and surface-based cortical alignments.

@article{Langers2014AssessmentOT,
  title={Assessment of tonotopically organised subdivisions in human auditory cortex using volumetric and surface-based cortical alignments.},
  author={Dave R. M. Langers},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2014},
  volume={35 4},
  pages={1544-61}
}
Although orderly representations of sound frequency in the brain play a guiding role in the investigation of auditory processing, a rigorous statistical evaluation of cortical tonotopic maps has so far hardly been attempted. In this report, the group-level significance of local tonotopic gradients was assessed using mass-multivariate statistics. The existence of multiple fields on the superior surface of the temporal lobe in both hemispheres was shown. These fields were distinguishable on the… CONTINUE READING
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