Study of the human auditory cortices using a whole-head magnetometer: left vs. right hemisphere and ipsilateral vs. contralateral stimulation.

@article{Pantev1998StudyOT,
  title={Study of the human auditory cortices using a whole-head magnetometer: left vs. right hemisphere and ipsilateral vs. contralateral stimulation.},
  author={Christo Pantev and Bernhard Ross and Patrick Berg and Thomas Elbert and Brigitte Rockstroh},
  journal={Audiology & neuro-otology},
  year={1998},
  volume={3 2-3},
  pages={183-90}
}
Structural and functional asymmetries of the temporal lobe affect language development and may also play a role in a variety of disorders, ranging from specific language impairment to schizophrenia. Whole-head neuromagnetometers allow the noninvasive measurement of functional asymmetries since activity from both hemispheres is recorded simultaneously. In the present study, the location of the auditory cortices and their responsiveness to pure tones was compared between hemispheres in healthy… CONTINUE READING

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