Fast (100-175 ms) components elicited bilaterally by language production as measured by three-wavelength optical imaging.

@article{Kubota2008FastM,
  title={Fast (100-175 ms) components elicited bilaterally by language production as measured by three-wavelength optical imaging.},
  author={Mikio Kubota and Mayako Inouchi and Ippeita Dan and Daisuke Tsuzuki and Akihiro Ishikawa and Thomas Scovel},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2008},
  volume={1226},
  pages={124-33}
}
Optical imaging has been gradually utilized to investigate language functions in the brain. The majority of hemodynamic response (slow signal) measurements have been applied to receptive and productive language processing, while several event-related optical signal (EROS) measurements on neuronal response (fast signal) have focused on receptive language processing. Therefore, an investigation of language production based on fast signal measurement is yet to be realized. Using a continuous-wave… CONTINUE READING