Dissociable functional cortical topographies for working memory maintenance of voice identity and location.

@article{Rm2004DissociableFC,
  title={Dissociable functional cortical topographies for working memory maintenance of voice identity and location.},
  author={Pia R{\"a}m{\"a} and Amy Poremba and Joseph B Sala and Lydia T. S. Yee and Megan Malloy and Mortimer Mishkin and Susan M. Courtney},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  year={2004},
  volume={14 7},
  pages={768-80}
}
In order to ascertain whether the neural system for auditory working memory exhibits a functional dissociation for spatial and nonspatial information, we used functional magnetic resonance imaging and a single set of auditory stimuli to study working memory for the location and identity of human voices. The subjects performed a delayed recognition task for human voices and voice locations and an auditory sensorimotor control task. Several temporal, parietal, and frontal areas were activated by… CONTINUE READING

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