temporal sulcus/gyrus (STS/STG). Individual activation patterns, although reproducible, showed high inter-individual variability in precise anatomical location. Cluster analysis of individual peaks from the large cohort highlighted three bilateral clusters of voice-sensitivity, or "voice patches" along posterior
(TVAp), mid (TVAm) and anterior (TVAa) STS/STG, respectively. A series of extra-temporal areas including bilateral inferior prefrontal cortex and amygdalae showed small, but reliable voicesensitivity as part of a large-scale cerebral voice network. Stimuli for the voice localizer scan and probabilistic maps in MNI space are available for download.
- Auditory cortex; Voice; Functional magnetic resonance imaging; Superior temporal sulcus; Superior temporal gyrus; Amygdala; Inferior prefrontal cortex
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The human Voice Areas: spatial organisation and inter-individual variability in temporal and extra-temporal cortices.
Pernet, C. (Creator) & Belin, P. (Creator), Edinburgh DataShare, 6 Jul 2015