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Neurobiology of Speech

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Neurobiology of Speech NPB 165

Mrs. Sierra Bailey
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Lee Miller

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mrs. Sierra Bailey on Tuesday September 8, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to NPB 165 at University of California - Davis taught by Lee Miller in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 55 views. For similar materials see /class/191816/npb-165-university-of-california-davis in Neurobiology,Physio & Behavior at University of California - Davis.

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Date Created: 09/08/15
NPB165 COURSE TOPICS Topic Description Acoustics and Perception sound signals and filters cochlear transduction psychophysics of loudness time pitch Speech Acoustics and the Auditory Brain speech physiology and acoustics categorical perception overview of auditory system Cochlea to Cortex pitch amp space Functional Neuroanatorny 1 auditory processing in brainstem midbrain thalamus and early cortical fields neural representations of pitch and space Cochlea to Cortex Intensity Frequency Time Functional Neuroanatorny 2 auditory processing in brainstem midbrain thalamus and early cortical fields neural representations of intensity frequency time Methods methods in neurophysiology and neuroimaging emphasis on functional MRI PET MEG EEG Parallel Hierarchies for Acoustics Functional Neuroanatorny 3 parallel and hierarchical organization for acoustic processing in cortex dorsal and ventral streams Hierarchy for Intelligible Speech Functional Neuroanatorny 4 lefthemisphere cortical hierarchy for intelligible speech Hemispheric Specialization Functional Neuroanatorny 5 measures of functional laterality anatomical and theoretical evidence hemispheric specialization for processing time and frequency Hemispheric Specialization for Speech Functional Neuroanatorny 6 split brains dichotic listening auditory faces cortical processing of voice pitch prosody tonal languages The Cocktail Party speech in adverse acoustic environments lipreading ventriloquism effect audiovisual integration redundancy illusory completion lexical and sentential context spatial localization39 39 quot Sign Language Guest Lecture David Corina Neural bases of sign language Damaged Brains the aphasias brain damage from trauma disease and vascular accidents lesion analysis cortical stimulat39on Development development of speech perception in infants Plastic Brains and Special Populations linguistic experience secondlanguage acquisition specific language impairment Hearing Loss hearing aids cochlear implants and other assistive listening devices Speech in Context speech perception in the larger context of language and cognition


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