Reconstructing the spectrotemporal modulations of real-life sounds from fMRI response patterns.

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Ethological views of brain functioning suggest that sound representations and computations in the auditory neural system are optimized finely to process and discriminate behaviorally relevant acoustic features and sounds (e.g., spectrotemporal modulations in the songs of zebra finches). Here, we show that modeling of neural sound representations in terms of… (More)
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1617622114

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@article{Santoro2017ReconstructingTS, title={Reconstructing the spectrotemporal modulations of real-life sounds from fMRI response patterns.}, author={Roberta Santoro and Michelle Moerel and Federico De Martino and Giancarlo Valente and Kamil Ugurbil and Essa Yacoub and Elia Formisano}, journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America}, year={2017}, volume={114 18}, pages={4799-4804} }