Parametrically Dissociating Speech and Nonspeech Perception in the Brain Using fMRI

@article{Benson2001ParametricallyDS,
  title={Parametrically Dissociating Speech and Nonspeech Perception in the Brain Using fMRI},
  author={R. Benson and D. Whalen and M. Richardson and Brook Swainson and A. Liberman},
  journal={Brain and Language},
  year={2001},
  volume={78},
  pages={364-396}
}
Candidate brain regions constituting a neural network for preattentive phonetic perception were identified with fMRI and multivariate multiple regression of imaging data. Stimuli contrasted along speech/nonspeech, acoustic, or phonetic complexity (three levels each) and natural/synthetic dimensions. Seven distributed brain regions' activity correlated with speech and speech complexity dimensions, including five left-sided foci [posterior superior temporal gyrus (STG), angular gyrus, ventral… Expand
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