Sounds do-able: auditory–motor transformations and the posterior temporal plane

@article{Warren2005SoundsDA,
  title={Sounds do-able: auditory–motor transformations and the posterior temporal plane},
  author={J. Warren and R. Wise},
  journal={Trends in Neurosciences},
  year={2005},
  volume={28},
  pages={636-643}
}
Accumulating evidence in humans and non-human primates implicates the posterior superior temporal plane (STP) in the processing of both auditory spatial information and vocal sounds. Such evidence is difficult to reconcile with existing accounts of the primate auditory brain. We propose that the posteromedial STP generates sequenced auditory representations by matching incoming auditory information with stored templates. These sequenced auditory representations are subsequently used to… Expand
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