Images tagged with "speech"

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ID Name Collection(s) Description
126737 right vMGB Modulation of tonotopic ventral medial geniculate body is behaviorally relevant for speech recognition This map is derived from the tonotopic experiment and constitutes the right ventral tonotopic part of the medial geniculate body, which we interpret as ventral MGB.
64308 Figure 3 The neural basis of free language choice in bilingual speakers: Disentangling language choice and language execution Multivariate Pattern Analysis: Brain regions encoding the chosen language during the language choice and maintenance phase. Chance level (50%) subtracted from the accuracy map.
113788 Speech vs. Speaker correlated with percent correct speech score Modulation of tonotopic ventral medial geniculate body is behaviorally relevant for speech recognition This is the unthresholded parameter estimates map for the correlation of speech vs. speaker contrast with the proportion of correct hits in the speaker task. These data correspond to Figure 5 B from the manuscript.
64309 Figure 4 The neural basis of free language choice in bilingual speakers: Disentangling language choice and language execution Multivariate Pattern Analysis: Brain regions encoding the chosen language during the language execution phase. Chance level (50%) subtracted from the accuracy map.
113789 Speech vs. Speaker Modulation of tonotopic ventral medial geniculate body is behaviorally relevant for speech recognition These are the parameter estimates for the random effects analysis (across subjects) with the main effect of interest: Speech vs. Speaker.
64145 Figure 2a The neural basis of free language choice in bilingual speakers: Disentangling language choice and language execution Univariate analysis: Activation differences between languages (German and English) during language execution. Regions that are more activated for English during execution are shown are positive in this image.
113823 left vMGB Modulation of tonotopic ventral medial geniculate body is behaviorally relevant for speech recognition This map is derived from the tonotopic experiment and constitutes the ventral tonotopic part of the medial geniculate body, which we interpret as ventral MGB.
64146 Figure 2b The neural basis of free language choice in bilingual speakers: Disentangling language choice and language execution Univariate analysis: Activation differences between languages (German and English) during language execution. Regions that are more activated for German during execution are shown are positive in this image.
114221 Tonotopic map of left MGB Modulation of tonotopic ventral medial geniculate body is behaviorally relevant for speech recognition The tonotopic map for the left MGB as calculated in https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/510164v2