Human auditory belt areas specialized in sound recognition: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study

@article{Viceic2006HumanAB,
  title={Human auditory belt areas specialized in sound recognition: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study},
  author={D. Viceic and E. Fornari and J. Thiran and P. Maeder and R. Meuli and Michela Adriani and S. Clarke},
  journal={NeuroReport},
  year={2006},
  volume={17},
  pages={1659-1662}
}
The human primary auditory cortex is surrounded by at least six other, anatomically distinct areas that process auditory information. We have investigated their specialization with respect to sound recognition or sound localization with triple epoch functional magnetic resonance imaging paradigm (recognition–localization–rest) in 18 normal individuals. In each study participant, the pattern of selective activation by the recognition or by the localization tasks was superimposed on the map of… Expand
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