Convergent Connectivity and Graded Specialization in the Rostral Human Temporal Lobe as Revealed by Diffusion-Weighted Imaging Probabilistic Tractography

@article{Binney2012ConvergentCA,
  title={Convergent Connectivity and Graded Specialization in the Rostral Human Temporal Lobe as Revealed by Diffusion-Weighted Imaging Probabilistic Tractography},
  author={Richard J. Binney and Geoffrey J. M. Parker and Matthew A. Lambon Ralph},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2012},
  volume={24},
  pages={1998-2014}
}
In recent years, multiple independent neuroscience investigations have implicated critical roles for the rostral temporal lobe in auditory and visual perception, language, and semantic memory. Although arising in the context of different cognitive functions, most of these suggest that there is a gradual convergence of sensory information in the temporal lobe that culminates in modality- and perceptually invariant representations at the most rostral aspect. Currently, however, too little is… CONTINUE READING
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