Left posterior auditory-related cortices participate both in speech perception and speech production: Neural overlap revealed by fMRI

@article{Okada2006LeftPA,
  title={Left posterior auditory-related cortices participate both in speech perception and speech production: Neural overlap revealed by fMRI},
  author={Kayoko Okada and Gregory Hickok},
  journal={Brain and Language},
  year={2006},
  volume={98},
  pages={112-117}
}
Recent neuroimaging studies and neuropsychological data suggest that there are regions in posterior auditory cortex that participate both in speech perception and speech production. An outstanding question is whether the same neural regions support both perception and production or whether there exist discrete cortical fields subserving these functions. Previous neurophysiological studies suggest that there is indeed regional overlap between these systems, but those studies used a rehearsal… Expand
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