Auditory Cortex Accesses Phonological Categories: An MEG Mismatch Study

@article{Phillips2000AuditoryCA,
  title={Auditory Cortex Accesses Phonological Categories: An MEG Mismatch Study},
  author={Colin Phillips and Thomas Pellathy and Alec Marantz and Elron Yellin and Kenneth Wexler and David Poeppel and Martha McGinnis and Timothy P. L. Roberts},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2000},
  volume={12},
  pages={1038-1055}
}
The studies presented here use an adapted oddball paradigm to show evidence that representations of discrete phonological categories are available to the human auditory cortex. Brain activity was recorded using a 37-channel biomagnetometer while eight subjects listened passively to synthetic speech sounds. In the phonological condition, which contrasted stimuli from an acoustic /d/-/t/ continuum, a magnetic mismatch field (MMF) was elicited in a sequence of stimuli in which phonological… CONTINUE READING
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