The Pathways for Intelligible Speech: Multivariate and Univariate Perspectives

@inproceedings{Evans2014ThePF,
  title={The Pathways for Intelligible Speech: Multivariate and Univariate Perspectives},
  author={Samuel Evans and J. S. Kyong and Stuart Rosen and Narly Golestani and J. E. Warren and Carolyn McGettigan and Jana{\'i}na Mour{\~a}o-Miranda and R.J.S. Wise and S. Scott},
  booktitle={Cerebral cortex},
  year={2014}
}
An anterior pathway, concerned with extracting meaning from sound, has been identified in nonhuman primates. An analogous pathway has been suggested in humans, but controversy exists concerning the degree of lateralization and the precise location where responses to intelligible speech emerge. We have demonstrated that the left anterior superior temporal sulcus (STS) responds preferentially to intelligible speech (Scott SK, Blank CC, Rosen S, Wise RJS. 2000. Identification of a pathway for… CONTINUE READING
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