Visual speech perception without primary auditory cortex activation

@article{Bernstein2002VisualSP,
  title={Visual speech perception without primary auditory cortex activation},
  author={L. Bernstein and E. T. Auer and J. Moore and C. Ponton and Manual Don and M. Singh},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={2002},
  volume={13},
  pages={311-315}
}
Speech perception is conventionally thought to be an auditory function, but humans often use their eyes to perceive speech. We investigated whether visual speech perception depends on processing by the primary auditory cortex in hearing adults. In a functional magnetic resonance imaging experiment, a pulse-tone was presented contrasted with gradient noise. During the same session, a silent video of a talker saying isolated words was presented contrasted with a still face. Visual speech… Expand
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