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New publication in Nature Communications by Cope et al.

last modified Dec 19, 2017 08:46 AM

New publication out in Nature Communications.

A study on patients with non-fluent primary progressive aphasia shows that fronto-temporal interactions determine predictive processes in speech.

  • Cope, T. E., Sohoglu, E., Sedley, W., Patterson, K., Jones, P. S., Wiggins, J., Dawson, C., Grube, M., Carlyon, R. P., Griffiths, T. D., Davis, M. H., & Rowe, J. B. (2017). Evidence for causal top-down frontal contributions to predictive processes in speech perception. Nat Commun, 8. doi:10.1038/s41467-017-01958-7 PMID: 

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