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Cortical representation of vowels reflects acoustic dissimilarity determined by formant frequencies

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We studied neuromagnetic correlates of the processing of German vowels [a], [e], and [i]. The aim was (i) to show an influence of acoustic/phonetic features on timing and mapping of the N100m component and (ii) to demonstrate the retest reliability of these parameters. To assess the spatial configuration of the N100m generators, Euclidean distances between vowel sources were computed. Latency, amplitude, and source locations of the N100m component differed between vowels. The acoustically mos...

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"University of Konstanz, Germany"
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Department of Clinical Psychology
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Institution:
"University of Konstanz, Germany"
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Department of Clinical Psychology
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Institution:
University of Oxford
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HUMS
Department:
Linguistics Philology and Phonetics Faculty
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Somerville College
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Institution:
"University of Konstanz, Germany"
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Department of Linguistics
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Elsevier
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Cognitive brain research More from this journal
Volume:
15
Issue:
3
Pages:
207-213
Publication date:
2003-02-01
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0926-6410
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English
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2008-11-10

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