Cortical activation patterns of affective speech processing depend on concurrent demands on the subvocal rehearsal system. A DC-potential study.

@article{Pihan2000CorticalAP,
  title={Cortical activation patterns of affective speech processing depend on concurrent demands on the subvocal rehearsal system. A DC-potential study.},
  author={Hans Pihan and Eckart Altenm{\"u}ller and Ingo Hertrich and Hermann Ackermann},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2000},
  volume={123 ( Pt 11)},
  pages={
          2338-49
        }
}
In order to delineate brain regions specifically involved in the processing of affective components of spoken language (affective or emotive prosody), we conducted two event-related potential experiments. Cortical activation patterns were assessed by recordings of direct current components of the EEG signal from the scalp. Right-handed subjects discriminated pairs of declarative sentences with either happy, sad or neutral intonation. Each stimulus pair was derived from two identical original… CONTINUE READING

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