ECoG gamma activity during a language task: differentiating expressive and receptive speech areas.

@article{Towle2008ECoGGA,
  title={ECoG gamma activity during a language task: differentiating expressive and receptive speech areas.},
  author={Vernon L. Towle and Hyun-Ah Yoon and Michael C Castelle and J. Christopher Edgar and Nadia Biassou and David M. Frim and J. -P. Spire and Michael H. Kohrman},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2008},
  volume={131 Pt 8},
  pages={2013-27}
}
Electrocorticographic (ECoG) spectral patterns obtained during language tasks from 12 epilepsy patients (age: 12-44 years) were analysed in order to identify and characterize cortical language areas. ECoG from 63 subdural electrodes (500 Hz/channel) chronically implanted over frontal, parietal and temporal lobes were examined. Two language tasks were performed. During the first language task, patients listened to a series of 50 words preceded by warning tones, and were asked to repeat each word… CONTINUE READING
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