Hemispheric Lateralization of Auditory Working Memory Regions During Stochastic Resonance: An fMRI Study.

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Summary of "Hemispheric Lateralization of Auditory Working Memory Regions During Stochastic Resonance: An fMRI Study."

The auditory and prefrontal cortex supports auditory working memory processing. Many neuroimaging studies have shown hemispheric lateralization of auditory working memory brain regions in the presence of background noise, but few studies have focused on the lateralization of these regions during stochastic resonance.


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Name: Journal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI
ISSN: 1522-2586


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