Phonological Representations Are Unconsciously Used when Processing Complex, Non-Speech Signals

@article{Azadpour2008PhonologicalRA,
  title={Phonological Representations Are Unconsciously Used when Processing Complex, Non-Speech Signals},
  author={Mahan Azadpour and Evan Stuart Balaban},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2008},
  volume={3},
  pages={2400 - 2406}
}
Neuroimaging studies of speech processing increasingly rely on artificial speech-like sounds whose perceptual status as speech or non-speech is assigned by simple subjective judgments; brain activation patterns are interpreted according to these status assignments. The naïve perceptual status of one such stimulus, spectrally-rotated speech (not consciously perceived as speech by naïve subjects), was evaluated in discrimination and forced identification experiments. Discrimination of variation… CONTINUE READING

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