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Human Brain Mapping
This work tests the hypothesis that a network of areas involving bilateral premotor cortex and right parietal cortex subserves the analysis of sound movement. The components of this network have been examined at the level of individual subjects in a study where 720 fMRI scans were acquired per subject. Additionally, the effect of movement direction was investigated by varying this property systematically. Linear sound ramps that are perceived as movement toward one side of the head or the otherdoi:10.1002/(sici)1097-0193(200002)9:2<72::aid-hbm2>3.0.co;2-9 pmid:10680764 fatcat:i62xcanjfzgjji4zz7xrm5nsd4