Primary auditory cortex activation by visual speech: an fMRI study at 3 T.

Abstract:

:Recent studies have yielded contradictory evidence on whether visual speech perception (watching articulatory gestures) can activate the human primary auditory cortex. To circumvent confounds due to inter-individual anatomical variation, we defined our subjects' Heschl's gyri and assessed blood oxygenation-dependent signal changes at 3 T within this confined region during visual speech perception and observation of moving circles. Visual speech perception activated Heschl's gyri in nine subjects, with activation in seven of them extending to the area of primary auditory cortex. Activation was significantly stronger during visual speech perception than during observation of the moving circles. Further, a significant hemisphere by stimulus interaction occurred, suggesting left Heschl's gyrus specialization for visual speech processing.

journal_name

Neuroreport

journal_title

Neuroreport

authors

Pekkola J,Ojanen V,Autti T,Jääskeläinen IP,Möttönen R,Tarkiainen A,Sams M

doi

10.1097/00001756-200502080-00010

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2005-02-08 00:00:00

pages

125-8

issue

2

eissn

0959-4965

issn

1473-558X

pii

00001756-200502080-00010

journal_volume

16

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