Delta- and theta-band cortical tracking and phase-amplitude coupling to sung speech by infants

Volume: 247, Pages: 118698 - 118698
Published: Feb 1, 2022
Abstract
The amplitude envelope of speech carries crucial low-frequency acoustic information that assists linguistic decoding at multiple time scales. Neurophysiological signals are known to track the amplitude envelope of adult-directed speech (ADS), particularly in the theta-band. Acoustic analysis of infant-directed speech (IDS) has revealed significantly greater modulation energy than ADS in an amplitude-modulation (AM) band centred on ∼2 Hz....
Paper Details
Title
Delta- and theta-band cortical tracking and phase-amplitude coupling to sung speech by infants
Published Date
Feb 1, 2022
Journal
Volume
247
Pages
118698 - 118698
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