All Relations between phonemes and inferior frontal gyrus

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Barbara Tomasino, Luca Weis, Marta Maieron, Giada Pauletto, Lorenzo Verriello, Riccardo Budai, Tamara Ius, Serena D'Agostini, Luciano Fadiga, Miran Skra. Motor or non-motor speech interference? A multimodal fMRI and direct cortical stimulation mapping study. Neuropsychologia. 2024-03-30. PMID:38555064. lastly, des of the inferior frontal gyrus, pars opercularis and triangularis evoked variations of the output, i.e., dysarthria, a motor speech disorder occurring when patients cannot control the muscles used to produce articulated sounds (phonemes). 2024-03-30 2024-04-02 Not clear
Julia Berezutskaya, Zachary V Freudenburg, Umut Güçlü, Marcel A J van Gerven, Nick F Ramse. Neural Tuning to Low-Level Features of Speech throughout the Perisylvian Cortex. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience. vol 37. issue 33. 2017-09-11. PMID:28716965. increasingly coarse temporal features of speech spreading from posterior superior temporal cortex toward inferior frontal gyrus were associated with linguistic features such as voice onset time, duration of the formant transitions, and phoneme, syllable, and word boundaries. 2017-09-11 2023-08-13 human
Jussi Alho, Brannon M Green, Patrick J C May, Mikko Sams, Hannu Tiitinen, Josef P Rauschecker, Iiro P Jääskeläine. Early-latency categorical speech sound representations in the left inferior frontal gyrus. NeuroImage. vol 129. 2016-12-13. PMID:26774614. neural adaptation indicative of phoneme category selectivity was found only during the attentive condition in the pars opercularis (pop) of the left inferior frontal gyrus, where the degree of selectivity correlated with the ability of the participants to categorize the phonetic stimuli. 2016-12-13 2023-08-13 human
Torrey Loucks, Shelly Jo Kraft, Ai Leen Choo, Harish Sharma, Nicoline G Ambros. Functional brain activation differences in stuttering identified with a rapid fMRI sequence. Journal of fluency disorders. vol 36. issue 4. 2012-04-26. PMID:22133409. pairwise contrasts of brain bold activity between aws and normally fluent adults indicated the aws showed higher bold activity in the right inferior frontal gyrus (ifg), right temporal lobe and sensorimotor cortices during picture naming and higher activity in the right ifg during phoneme monitoring. 2012-04-26 2023-08-12 human
A J Larner, G Robinson, L D Kartsounis, J S Rakshi, M M K Muqit, R J S Wise, L Cipolotti, M N Rosso. Clinical-anatomical correlation in a selective phonemic speech production impairment. Journal of the neurological sciences. vol 219. issue 1-2. 2004-06-04. PMID:15050433. clinical-anatomical correlation in this case suggests the importance of primary motor cortex of the inferior precentral (pre-rolandic) gyrus and subjacent white matter in phoneme production, with sparing of the posterior inferior frontal gyrus (broca's area). 2004-06-04 2023-08-12 Not clear
S D Newman, D Twie. Differences in auditory processing of words and pseudowords: an fMRI study. Human brain mapping. vol 14. issue 1. 2001-10-04. PMID:11500989. the lack of a differential response in ifg for auditory processing supports its hypothesized involvement in grapheme to phoneme conversion processes. 2001-10-04 2023-08-12 human