Magnetic Brain Response Mirrors Extraction Of Phonological Features From Spoken Vowels

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Neurobiology of Speech Perception: Evidence from

3.3 Study III Magnetic Brain Response Mirrors Extraction of Phonological Features from Spoken Vowels 59 3.3b Study III Appendix Re-evaluation of Magnetic Brain Response Mirrors Extraction of Phonological Features from Spoken Vowels using a spatio-temporal source model 72 3.4 Study IV Auditory Evoked Magnetic Field Codes Place of Articulation in Timing and Topography around 100ms

Low-frequency versus high-frequency synchronisation in

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Phonological Features of Speech Segments are Reflected in

mirror the extraction of phonological features from the signal, and to what extent these features drive the cortical mapping of speech sounds in terms of timing and topography. Specifically, we analyzed the magnetic counterpart of the most prominent brainwave deflection after