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Combined diffusion-weighted and functional magnetic resonance imaging reveals a temporal-occipital network involved in auditory-visual object processing

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Beer, Anton Ludwig ; Plank, Tina ; Meyer, Georg ; Greenlee, Mark W.
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 02 Sep 2013 12:20


Functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed that the superior temporal and occipital cortex are involved in multisensory integration. Probabilistic fiber tracking based on diffusion-weighted MRI suggests that multisensory processing is supported by white matter connections between auditory cortex and the temporal and occipital lobe. Here, we present a combined functional MRI and ...


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