Probing category selectivity for environmental sounds in the human auditory brain

@article{Doehrmann2008ProbingCS,
  title={Probing category selectivity for environmental sounds in the human auditory brain},
  author={Oliver Doehrmann and Marcus J. Naumer and Steffen Volz and Jochen Kaiser and Christian F. Altmann},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2008},
  volume={46},
  pages={2776-2786}
}
Earlier studies reported evidence suggesting distinct category-related auditory representations for environmental sounds such as animal vocalizations and tool sounds in superior and middle temporal regions of the temporal lobe. However, the degree of selectivity of these representations remains to be determined. The present study combined functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) adaptation with a silent acquisition protocol to further investigate category-related auditory processing of… CONTINUE READING
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