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fMRI investigation of unexpected somatosensory feedback perturbation during speech

Elisa Golfinopoulos, Jason A. Tourville, Jason W. Bohland, Satrajit S. Ghosh, Alfonso Nieto-Castanon, Frank H. Guenther
2011 NeuroImage  
motor output when somatosensory feedback is unexpectedly perturbed during speech production.  ...  In response to unexpected resistance to lip or jaw movements during speech, fluent speakers can use the difference between the somatosensory expectations of a speech sound and the actual somatosensory  ...  Guenther PI) and by CELEST, an NSF Science of Learning Center (NSF SMA-0835976).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2010.12.065 pmid:21195191 pmcid:PMC3065208 fatcat:mfdg2vfqfbfrxeotiwtgacghie

Cortical interactions underlying the production of speech sounds

Frank H. Guenther
2006 Journal of Communication Disorders  
control subsystems involved in speech production. (3) Readers will be able to identify regions of the brain involved in monitoring auditory and somatosensory feedback during speech production. (4) Readers  ...  Although parts of the model remain speculative, it accounts for a wide range of kinematic, acoustic, and neuroimaging data collected during speech production and provides a framework for investigating  ...  Regions of significant activation in the perturbed speech -unperturbed speech contrast of an fMRI experiment investigating the effects of unexpected perturbation of auditory feedback (30% shift of the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jcomdis.2006.06.013 pmid:16887139 fatcat:4s2n33qwnrekdnoumo6knwpbfq

A neural theory of speech acquisition and production

Frank H. Guenther, Tony Vladusich
2012 Journal of Neurolinguistics  
Neurons in this map share with "mirror neurons" described in monkey ventral premotor cortex the key property of being active during both production and perception of specific motor actions.  ...  Particular focus is given to the model's speech sound map, which provides a link between the sensory representation of a speech sound and the motor program for that sound.  ...  Regions of significant activation in the perturbed speech -unperturbed speech contrast of an fMRI speech perturbation experiment investigating the effects of unexpected perturbation of auditory feedback  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jneuroling.2009.08.006 pmid:22711978 pmcid:PMC3375605 fatcat:axonezm2n5bytkfr6kmf4g2qsm

Neural modeling and imaging of the cortical interactions underlying syllable production

Frank H. Guenther, Satrajit S. Ghosh, Jason A. Tourville
2006 Brain and Language  
Computer simulations of the model verify its ability to account for compensation to lip and jaw perturbations during speech.  ...  This paper describes a neural model of speech acquisition and production that accounts for a wide range of acoustic, kinematic, and neuroimaging data concerning the control of speech movements.  ...  We are currently performing two such fMRI studies, one involving somatosensory perturbation during speech (using a pneumatic bite block) and one involving real-time auditory perturbation of the subjectÕs  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bandl.2005.06.001 pmid:16040108 pmcid:PMC1473986 fatcat:kjxnyy2eo5fyfbtjvtiuuuy7di

The integration of large-scale neural network modeling and functional brain imaging in speech motor control

E. Golfinopoulos, J.A. Tourville, F.H. Guenther
2010 NeuroImage  
The system must encode the speech motor programs that command movement trajectories of the articulators and monitor transient spatiotemporal variations in auditory and somatosensory feedback.  ...  , kinematic, and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data on speech acquisition and production.  ...  Guenther PI) and by CELEST, an NSF Science of Learning Center (NSF SBE-0354378).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2009.10.023 pmid:19837177 pmcid:PMC2891349 fatcat:o3z35hq5yff3phiorgbmclujxi

A Trade-Off between Somatosensory and Auditory Related Brain Activity during Object Naming But Not Reading

M. L. Seghier, T. M. H. Hope, S. Prejawa, iwi Parker Jones, M. Vitkovitch, C. J. Price
2015 Journal of Neuroscience  
Using fMRI with 58 human subjects, we investigated task-dependent differences in SII/OP1 activity during three familiar speech production tasks: object naming, reading and repeatedly saying "1-2-3."  ...  The parietal operculum, particularly the cytoarchitectonic area OP1 of the secondary somatosensory area (SII), is involved in somatosensory feedback.  ...  showed for either somatosensory, auditory feedback or both during speech production (Lametti et al., 2012, their Fig. 8) .  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.2292-14.2015 pmid:25788691 pmcid:PMC4363398 fatcat:3ifxn34k45clfa73umtdrzgkju

The DIVA model: A neural theory of speech acquisition and production

Jason A. Tourville, Frank H. Guenther
2011 Language and Cognitive Processes  
The DIVA model of speech production provides a computationally and neuroanatomically explicit account of the network of brain regions involved in speech acquisition and production.  ...  The latest version of the model, which contains a new right-lateralized feedback control map in ventral premotor cortex, will be described, and experimental results that motivated this new model component  ...  These studies used fMRI to compare brain activity during speech production under normal and perturbed auditory and somatosensory (Golfinopoulos, Tourville, Bohland, Ghosh & Guenther, 2009 ) feedback  ... 
doi:10.1080/01690960903498424 pmid:23667281 pmcid:PMC3650855 fatcat:ltdt7lk7lnctvcaqhbvcdhe4kq

A comparison of sensory-motor activity during speech in first and second languages

Anna J. Simmonds, Richard J. S. Wise, Novraj S. Dhanjal, Robert Leech
2011 Journal of Neurophysiology  
Although Spt is considered to be left-lateralized, this is based on studies of covert speech, whereas overt speech is accompanied by sensory feedback to bilateral auditory and somatosensory cortices.  ...  These findings provide the basis for future investigations of sensory-motor aspects of language learning using serial fMRI studies. bilingualism; functional magnetic resonance imaging; language Address  ...  Tourville et al. (2008) showed sudden unexpected perturbations of auditory feedback during single word reading in L1 result in an event-related increase in activity in posterior auditory association cortex  ... 
doi:10.1152/jn.00343.2011 pmid:21562201 pmcid:PMC3129719 fatcat:okywevyipfgxro23hynqmngwza

The role of sensory feedback in developmental stuttering: a review

Abigail R. Bradshaw, Daniel R. Lametti, Carolyn McGettigan
2021 Quantitative Science Studies  
Multiple lines of evidence point to a role of sensory feedback in the disorder; this has led to a number of theories proposing different disruptions to the use of sensory feedback during speech motor control  ...  This review highlights converging evidence for particular patterns of differences in the responses of people who stutter to feedback perturbations.  ...  Cai, Beal, Ghosh, Guenther, and Perkell (2014) investigated compensation to unexpected F2 perturbations during production of the multi-syllabic phrase "I owe you a yo-yo".  ... 
doi:10.1162/nol_a_00036 fatcat:zl7hnkufl5fyrbj6xq2beom73e

Sensorimotor adaptation to feedback perturbations of vowel acoustics and its relation to perception

Virgilio M. Villacorta, Joseph S. Perkell, Frank H. Guenther
2007 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
However, it should be noted that fMRI experiments studying the regions of the brain that are active during unexpected auditory perturbations did not find regions of the cerebellum active during perturbations  ...  Further, recent fMRI work uses an acoustic perturbation processor comparable to the one used in Study 1 to determine areas of the brain that may act as auditory error cells during unexpected auditory perturbations  ...  Investigation of the influence of the perturbation algorithm on the second formant.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2773966 pmid:17902866 fatcat:r53gveo32nhyvf3wcm2g7v3qyi

The neural control of singing

Jean Mary Zarate
2013 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
Additionally, to demonstrate how sensory feedback is integrated with vocal motor control, recent functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) research on somatosensory and auditory feedback processing  ...  during singing will be presented.  ...  Similar to the somatosensory feedback perturbation induced in Kleber's recent study, colleagues (2008, 2010b) utilized pitch-shifted auditory feedback with fMRI techniques to target explicitly the brain  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2013.00237 pmid:23761746 pmcid:PMC3669747 fatcat:lkehyo4xrza4nhl7nzsycnkdpy

Understanding the neural mechanisms involved in sensory control of voice production

Amy L. Parkinson, Sabina G. Flagmeier, Jordan L. Manes, Charles R. Larson, Bill Rogers, Donald A. Robin
2012 NeuroImage  
To determine the neural substrates involved in these audio-vocal responses, subjects underwent fMRI scanning while vocalizing with or without pitch-shifted feedback.  ...  Auditory feedback is important for the control of voice fundamental frequency (F0).  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by National Institute of Health grant 1R01DC006243.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2012.02.068 pmid:22406500 pmcid:PMC3342468 fatcat:5ot7gwg5yzdfnnbewemt7aquem

Somatosensory-Motor Adaptation of Orofacial Actions in Posterior Parietal and Ventral Premotor Cortices

Krystyna Grabski, Laurent Lamalle, Marc Sato, Charles R. Larson
2012 PLoS ONE  
Since no visual and auditory feedback were provided during orofacial actions, these results suggest somatosensory-motor adaptive control of intransitive and silent orofacial actions in these premotor and  ...  To extend these results to orofacial actions, devoid of auditory and visual feedback, we used a repetition suppression paradigm while measuring neural activity with functional magnetic resonance imaging  ...  Although somatosensory information is a less recognized source of sensory input accompanying speech production and vocalization, previous behavioral studies demonstrated rapid motor changes during unexpected  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0049117 pmid:23185300 pmcid:PMC3502466 fatcat:cb5dixts6bb3njd7e2nssfclgu

Sensory–motor networks involved in speech production and motor control: An fMRI study

Roozbeh Behroozmand, Rachel Shebek, Daniel R. Hansen, Hiroyuki Oya, Donald A. Robin, Matthew A. Howard, Jeremy D.W. Greenlee
2015 NeuroImage  
The underlying neural mechanisms of speech involve sensory-motor interactions that incorporate feedback information for online monitoring and control of produced speech sounds.  ...  During each condition, the auditory feedback from vowel production was either normal (no perturbation) or perturbed by an upward (+600 cents) pitch shift stimulus randomly.  ...  This work was supported by the National Institute of Health, Grant Numbers: K23DC009589 and R01DC04290.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.01.040 pmid:25623499 pmcid:PMC4339397 fatcat:wxhcxsjrzzfixptdpeov5u3nc4

Movement goals and feedback and feedforward control mechanisms in speech production

Joseph S. Perkell
2012 Journal of Neurolinguistics  
This view leads us to hypothesize that the controlled variables for speech movements are time-varying patterns of auditory and somatosensory sensation.  ...  Studies of speech motor control are described that support a theoretical framework in which fundamental control variables for phonemic movements are multi-dimensional regions in auditory and somatosensory  ...  Somatosensory closed-loop feedback control A number of studies have used transient perturbations to explore the use of somatosensory closedloop feedback mechanisms in speech motor control.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jneuroling.2010.02.011 pmid:22661828 pmcid:PMC3361736 fatcat:2pvb4abz6nhj5kmauayglitopa
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