Functional Neuroimaging of Speech Perception in Infants. Dehaene-Lambertz , G. , Dehaene S., and Hertz-Pannier, L. By Divya Patel. Why study infants?. Adult human brain: anatomical and functional specialization for speech processing How? clarify how it emerges through development.
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Functional Neuroimaging of Speech Perception in Infants
Dehaene-Lambertz, G. , Dehaene S., and Hertz-Pannier, L.
By Divya Patel
20 healthy, non-sedated infants (2-3mo)
Speech = highly intonated female voice; in French
20s of forward
20s of backward
Yes, there seems to be
Not enough background
Assumed all readers would know basic infant brain development
Dehaene-Lambertz G, Dehaene S, Hertz-Pannier L. (2002) Functional neuroimaging of speech perception in infants. Science 298(5600):2013-5.