Disorders of auditory processing: evidence for modularity in audition.

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This article examines four disorders of auditory processing that can result from selective brain damage (cortical deafness, pure word deafness, auditory agnosia and phonagnosia) in an effort to derive a plausible functional and neuroanatomical model of audition. The article begins by identifying three possible reasons why models of auditory processing have… (More)

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@article{Polster1998DisordersOA, title={Disorders of auditory processing: evidence for modularity in audition.}, author={Michael Polster and Sally B Rose}, journal={Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior}, year={1998}, volume={34 1}, pages={47-65} }