Transport for language south of the Sylvian fissure: The routes and history of the main tracts and stations in the ventral language network

@article{Bajada2015TransportFL,
  title={Transport for language south of the Sylvian fissure: The routes and history of the main tracts and stations in the ventral language network},
  author={Claude J. Bajada and Matthew A. Lambon Ralph and Lauren L. Cloutman},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2015},
  volume={69},
  pages={141-151}
}
It is now ten years since a 'ventral language pathway' was demonstrated in vivo in the human brain. In the intervening decade, this result has been replicated and expanded to include multiple possible pathways and functions. Despite this considerable level of research interest, age-old debates regarding the origin, course, termination and, indeed, the very existence of the tracts identified still remain. The current review examines four major tracts associated with the ventral 'semantic… CONTINUE READING
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