Histochemical identification of cortical areas in the auditory region of the human brain

@article{Wallace2002HistochemicalIO,
  title={Histochemical identification of cortical areas in the auditory region of the human brain},
  author={M. N. Wallace and P. W. Johnston and A. Palmer},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={143},
  pages={499-508}
}
Despite numerous studies stretching over the last 100 years there is still no general agreement on the number of auditory areas in the human cortex or even how to define them by histological methods. Full definition of these areas will require a combination of functional and histological methods but, by using six complementary histological methods, of which most have been used in the monkey, we provide a clearer description of these areas. The primary auditory area was located on the… Expand
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