Where are the human speech and voice regions, and do other animals have anything like them?

@article{Petkov2009WhereAT,
  title={Where are the human speech and voice regions, and do other animals have anything like them?},
  author={Christopher I. Petkov and Nikos K. Logothetis and Jonas Obleser},
  journal={The Neuroscientist : a review journal bringing neurobiology, neurology and psychiatry},
  year={2009},
  volume={15 5},
  pages={419-29}
}
Modern lesion and imaging work in humans has been clarifying which brain regions are involved in the processing of speech and language. Concurrently, some of this work has aimed to bridge the gap to the seemingly incompatible evidence for multiple brain-processing pathways that first accumulated in nonhuman primates. For instance, the idea of a posterior temporal-parietal "Wernicke's" territory, which is thought to be instrumental for speech comprehension, conflicts with this region of the… CONTINUE READING