A three-dimensional cortical map of vowel space: Evidence from Turkish
JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE, pp. 3972-3982, 2011.
Mammalian cortex is known to contain various kinds of spatial encoding schemes for sensory information including retinotopic, somatosensory, and tonotopic maps. Tonotopic maps are especially interesting for human speech sound processing because they encode linguistically salient acoustic properties. In this study, we mapped the entire vow...More
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