Cerebral Responses to Change in Spatial Location of Unattended Sounds

@article{Deouell2007CerebralRT,
  title={Cerebral Responses to Change in Spatial Location of Unattended Sounds},
  author={Leon Y. Deouell and Aaron S. Heller and Rafael Malach and Mark D'Esposito and Robert T. Knight},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2007},
  volume={55},
  pages={985-996}
}
The neural basis of spatial processing in the auditory cortex has been controversial. Human fMRI studies suggest that a part of the planum temporale (PT) is involved in auditory spatial processing, but it was recently argued that this region is active only when the task requires voluntary spatial localization. If this is the case, then this region cannot harbor an ongoing spatial representation of the acoustic environment. In contrast, we show in three fMRI experiments that a region in the… CONTINUE READING
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