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Cortical encoding of acoustic and linguistic rhythms in spoken narratives
Cheng Luo, Nai Ding
In the processing of spoken narratives, bottom-up acoustic cues and top-down linguistic knowledge separately contribute to neural construction of linguistic units.
Auditory experience controls the maturation of song discrimination and sexual response in
Xiaodong Li et al.
Auditory experience of a species-specific courtship song in developing Drosophila tunes adult song perception and resultant sexual behavior more selective.
Functional connectivity in human auditory networks and the origins of variation in the transmission of musical systems
Massimo Lumaca et al.
Resting-state functional connectivity between core regions of fronto-temporal auditory networks can distinguish music transmitters from innovators.
Computational and Systems Biology
Shared and modality-specific brain regions that mediate auditory and visual word comprehension
Anne Keitel et al.
The comprehension of acoustic and visual speech depends on modality-specific pathways in the brain, which explains why auditory speech abilities and lip reading are not associated in typical adults.
The visual speech head start improves perception and reduces superior temporal cortex responses to auditory speech
Patrick J Karas et al.
Human perception and brain responses differ between words, in which mouth movements are visible before the voice is heard, and words, for which the reverse is true.
Cortical encoding of melodic expectations in human temporal cortex
Giovanni M Di Liberto et al.
Computational models of musical structure reveal cortical encoding of pitch and rhythm expectations during naturalistic music listening.
The auditory representation of speech sounds in human motor cortex
Connie Cheung et al.
Brain activity patterns in motor cortex differ when we listen to speech as opposed to produce it.
Functional brain alterations following mild-to-moderate sensorineural hearing loss in children
Axelle Calcus et al.
Mild-to-moderate sensorineural hearing loss causes changes in the neurophysiological functioning that emerge during adolescence, as suggested by both cross-sectional and longitudinal designs.
Lip movements entrain the observers’ low-frequency brain oscillations to facilitate speech intelligibility
Hyojin Park et al.
Rhythms of lip movements entrain low-frequency brain oscillations and facilitate audiovisual speech processing.
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