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Figure 2 | Behavioral and Brain Functions

Figure 2

From: Perception of acoustically complex phonological features in vowels is reflected in the induced brain-magnetic activity

Figure 2

Time-frequency plots for the left and the right hemisphere (left and right column; spectral power was collapsed across 34 channels over each hemisphere) are shown separately for unrounded vowels (upper panels) and rounded vowels (lower panel). The grayscale intensity codes the standardized change of power in the respective frequency band compared to baseline. Note that the relative suppression in the 16–32 Hz band is sustained longer in rounded vowels, and that the relative changes are more pronounced over the left hemisphere.

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