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The representations of the articulators involved in human speech production are organized somatotopically in primary motor cortex. The neural representation of the larynx, however, remains debated. Both a dorsal and a ventral larynx representation have been previously described. It is unknown, however, whether both representations are located in primary motor cortex. Here, we mapped the motor representations of the human larynx using functional magnetic resonance imaging and characterized thedoi:10.1093/cercor/bhaa182 pmid:32728706 pmcid:PMC7610685 fatcat:xu4b5ttxnjfijg4g2zcxqczddy