High-Resolution, Non-Invasive Imaging of Upper Vocal Tract Articulators Compatible with Human Brain Recordings

@inproceedings{Bouchard2016HighResolutionNI,
  title={High-Resolution, Non-Invasive Imaging of Upper Vocal Tract Articulators Compatible with Human Brain Recordings},
  author={Kristofer E. Bouchard and David F. Conant and Gopala Krishna Anumanchipalli and Benjamin K. Dichter and Kris S. Chaisanguanthum and Keith O. Johnson and Edward F. Chang},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2016}
}
A complete neurobiological understanding of speech motor control requires determination of the relationship between simultaneously recorded neural activity and the kinematics of the lips, jaw, tongue, and larynx. Many speech articulators are internal to the vocal tract, and therefore simultaneously tracking the kinematics of all articulators is nontrivial--especially in the context of human electrophysiology recordings. Here, we describe a noninvasive, multi-modal imaging system to monitor… CONTINUE READING
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