Voice-Sensitive Regions in the Dog and Human Brain Are Revealed by Comparative fMRI

@article{Andics2014VoiceSensitiveRI,
  title={Voice-Sensitive Regions in the Dog and Human Brain Are Revealed by Comparative fMRI},
  author={Attila Andics and M{\'a}rta G{\'a}csi and Tam{\'a}s Farag{\'o} and Anna Kis and {\'A}d{\'a}m Mikl{\'o}si},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={27},
  pages={1248-1249}
}
(Current Biology 24, 574–578; March 3, 2014) In the course of our present studies, we noticed that we introduced an image direction labeling error during preprocessing of the dog data presented in this article. As a result of this error, the left-right dimension was reversed for all dog data. The corrected dog brain figures, dog brain region labels, and peak coordinates are presented in the corrected Figures 2 and 3 shown here and corrected Tables S1–S3 online. Please note that this error does… CONTINUE READING
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