Infant speech perception activates Broca's area: a developmental magnetoencephalography study.

@article{Imada2006InfantSP,
  title={Infant speech perception activates Broca's area: a developmental magnetoencephalography study.},
  author={Toshiaki Imada and Yang Zhang and Marie Cheour and Samu Taulu and Antti Ahonen and Patricia K. Kuhl},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={2006},
  volume={17 10},
  pages={
          957-62
        }
}
Discriminative responses to tones, harmonics, and syllables in the left hemisphere were measured with magnetoencephalography in neonates, 6-month-old infants, and 12-month-old infants using the oddball paradigm. Real-time head position tracking, signal space separation, and head position standardization were applied to secure quality data for source localization. Minimum current estimates were calculated to characterize infants' cortical activities for detecting sound changes. The activation… CONTINUE READING

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