Cortical mechanisms of speech perception in noise.

@article{Wong2008CorticalMO,
  title={Cortical mechanisms of speech perception in noise.},
  author={Patrick C. M. Wong and Ajith Kumar Uppunda and Todd B. Parrish and Sumitrajit Dhar},
  journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR},
  year={2008},
  volume={51 4},
  pages={1026-41}
}
PURPOSE The present study examines the brain basis of listening to spoken words in noise, which is a ubiquitous characteristic of communication, with the focus on the dorsal auditory pathway. METHOD English-speaking young adults identified single words in 3 listening conditions while their hemodynamic response was measured using fMRI: speech in quiet, speech in moderately loud noise (signal-to-noise ratio [SNR] 20 dB), and in loud noise (SNR -5 dB). RESULTS Behaviorally, participants… CONTINUE READING

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