Response preferences for “what” and “where” in human non-primary auditory cortex

@article{Barrett2006ResponsePF,
  title={Response preferences for “what” and “where” in human non-primary auditory cortex},
  author={D. Barrett and D. Hall},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2006},
  volume={32},
  pages={968-977}
}
Primate studies suggest the auditory cortex is organized in at least two anatomically and functionally separate pathways: a ventral pathway specializing in object recognition and a dorsal pathway specializing in object localization. The current experiment assesses the validity of this model in human listeners using fMRI to investigate the neural substrates of spatial and non-spatial temporal pattern information. Targets were differentiated from non-targets on the basis of two levels of pitch… Expand
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