T'ain't what you say, it's the way that you say it—Left insula and inferior frontal cortex work in interaction with superior temporal regions to control the performance of vocal impersonations
Historically, the study of human identity perception has focused on faces, but the voice is also central to our expressions and experiences of identity [Belin, P., Fecteau, S., & Bedard, C. Thinking the voice: Neural correlates of voice perception. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 8, 129–135,... Full description
|1st Person:||McGettigan, Carolyn|
|Additional Persons:||Eisner, Frank; Agnew, Zarinah K.; Manly, Tom; Wisbey, Duncan; Scott, Sophie K.|
|Source:||in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (MIT Press, 2013), Vol. 25 (11), p. 1875-1886|
|Type of Publication:||Article|
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