Distinct Pathways Involved in Sound Recognition and Localization: A Human fMRI Study

@article{Maeder2001DistinctPI,
  title={Distinct Pathways Involved in Sound Recognition and Localization: A Human fMRI Study},
  author={P. Maeder and R. Meuli and Michela Adriani and A. Bellmann and S. Clarke},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2001},
  volume={14},
  pages={802-816}
}
Evidence from psychophysical studies in normal and brain-damaged subjects suggests that auditory information relevant to recognition and localization are processed by distinct neuronal populations. We report here on anatomical segregation of these populations. Brain activation associated with performance in sound identification and localization was investigated in 18 normal subjects using fMRI. Three conditions were used: (i) comparison of spatial stimuli simulated with interaural time… Expand
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