Towards a functional neuroanatomy of speech perception.

  title={Towards a functional neuroanatomy of speech perception.},
  author={Hickok and Poeppel},
  journal={Trends in cognitive sciences},
  volume={4 4},
The functional neuroanatomy of speech perception has been difficult to characterize. Part of the difficulty, we suggest, stems from the fact that the neural systems supporting 'speech perception' vary as a function of the task. Specifically, the set of cognitive and neural systems involved in performing traditional laboratory speech perception tasks, such as syllable discrimination or identification, only partially overlap those involved in speech perception as it occurs during natural language… CONTINUE READING
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