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Jing Xiang, Sylvester Chuang, Daniel Wilson, Hiroshi Otsubo, Elizabeth Pang, Stephanie Holowka, Rohit Sharma, Ayako Ochi, Shiro Chitoku. Clin Neurophysiol 2002
Times Cited: 32







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212 articles co-cited >1



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Right parietal cortex is involved in the perception of sound movement in humans.
T D Griffiths, G Rees, A Rees, G G Green, C Witton, D Rowe, C Büchel, R Turner, R S Frackowiak. Nat Neurosci 1998
215
68

A movement-sensitive area in auditory cortex.
F Baumgart, B Gaschler-Markefski, M G Woldorff, H J Heinze, H Scheich. Nature 1999
179
59

Segregated processing of auditory motion and auditory location: an ERP mapping study.
Christine Y Ducommun, Micah M Murray, Gregor Thut, Anne Bellmann, Isabelle Viaud-Delmon, Stéphanie Clarke, Christoph M Michel. Neuroimage 2002
79
56

Perception of sound-source motion by the human brain.
Jason D Warren, Brandon A Zielinski, Gary G R Green, Josef P Rauschecker, Timothy D Griffiths. Neuron 2002
194
53


Human brain areas involved in the analysis of auditory movement.
T D Griffiths, G G Green, A Rees, G Rees. Hum Brain Mapp 2000
88
43

Evidence for a sound movement area in the human cerebral cortex.
T D Griffiths, A Rees, C Witton, R A Shakir, G B Henning, G G Green. Nature 1996
99
43

A comparison of visual and auditory motion processing in human cerebral cortex.
J W Lewis, M S Beauchamp, E A DeYoe. Cereb Cortex 2000
283
40


Auditory evoked fields to illusory sound source movements.
J P Mäkelä, L McEvoy. Exp Brain Res 1996
42
40

Right-hemisphere dominance for the processing of sound-source lateralization.
J Kaiser, W Lutzenberger, H Preissl, H Ackermann, N Birbaumer. J Neurosci 2000
131
37

Hierarchical processing of sound location and motion in the human brainstem and planum temporale.
Katrin Krumbholz, Marc Schönwiesner, Rudolf Rübsamen, Karl Zilles, Gereon R Fink, D Yves von Cramon. Eur J Neurosci 2005
106
37

Human cortical areas selectively activated by apparent sound movement.
T D Griffiths, C J Bench, R S Frackowiak. Curr Biol 1994
69
31

A common cortical substrate activated by horizontal and vertical sound movement in the human brain.
Francesco Pavani, Emiliano Macaluso, Jason D Warren, Jon Driver, Timothy D Griffiths. Curr Biol 2002
98
31


Polymodal motion processing in posterior parietal and premotor cortex: a human fMRI study strongly implies equivalencies between humans and monkeys.
F Bremmer, A Schlack, N J Shah, O Zafiris, M Kubischik, K Hoffmann, K Zilles, G R Fink. Neuron 2001
572
28

Representation of interaural temporal information from left and right auditory space in the human planum temporale and inferior parietal lobe.
Katrin Krumbholz, Marc Schönwiesner, D Yves von Cramon, Rudolf Rübsamen, Nadim J Shah, Karl Zilles, Gereon R Fink. Cereb Cortex 2005
113
28






Auditory image movement in evoked potentials.
J A Altman, S F Vaitulevich. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1990
19
42




Sound localization by human listeners.
J C Middlebrooks, D M Green. Annu Rev Psychol 1991
615
21

Mismatch negativity to change in spatial location of an auditory stimulus.
P Paavilainen, M L Karlsson, K Reinikainen, R Näätänen. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1989
183
21

Spatial processing in human auditory cortex: the effects of 3D, ITD, and ILD stimulation techniques.
Kalle J Palomäki, Hannu Tiitinen, Ville Mäkinen, Patrick J C May, Paavo Alku. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res 2005
70
21

Cortical motion deafness.
Christine Y Ducommun, Christoph M Michel, Stephanie Clarke, Michela Adriani, Margitta Seeck, Theodor Landis, Olaf Blanke. Neuron 2004
34
21

Relationships between human auditory cortical structure and function.
Deborah A Hall, Heledd C Hart, Ingrid S Johnsrude. Audiol Neurootol 2003
64
21


Tracking of multiple sound sources defined by interaural time differences: brain potential evidence in humans.
Wido Nager, Christine Kohlmetz, Gregor Joppich, Janine Möbes, Thomas F Münte. Neurosci Lett 2003
39
21


Human cortical auditory motion areas are not motion selective.
Kevin R Smith, Kayoko Okada, Kourosh Saberi, Gregory Hickok. Neuroreport 2004
41
18


Mismatch negativity evoked by stationary and moving auditory images of different azimuthal positions.
Jacob A Altman, Svetlana Ph Vaitulevich, Lidia B Shestopalova, Anton L Varfolomeev. Neurosci Lett 2005
16
37

A new method for off-line removal of ocular artifact.
G Gratton, M G Coles, E Donchin. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1983
18

Perception of stationary and moving sound following unilateral cortectomy.
Jörg Lewald, Sören Peters, Michael C Corballis, Markus Hausmann. Neuropsychologia 2009
15
40

A PET study of human auditory spatial processing.
R A Weeks, A Aziz-Sultan, K O Bushara, B Tian, C M Wessinger, N Dang, J P Rauschecker, M Hallett. Neurosci Lett 1999
156
15

Mechanisms and streams for processing of "what" and "where" in auditory cortex.
J P Rauschecker, B Tian. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2000
818
15

"What" and "where" in the human auditory system.
C Alain, S R Arnott, S Hevenor, S Graham, C L Grady. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2001
353
15

Modality-specific frontal and parietal areas for auditory and visual spatial localization in humans.
K O Bushara, R A Weeks, K Ishii, M J Catalan, B Tian, J P Rauschecker, M Hallett. Nat Neurosci 1999
312
15

Assessing the auditory dual-pathway model in humans.
Stephen R Arnott, Malcolm A Binns, Cheryl L Grady, Claude Alain. Neuroimage 2004
265
15


Sound localization in the human brain: neuromagnetic observations.
K Palomäki, P Alku, V Mäkinen, P May, H Tiitinen. Neuroreport 2000
42
15



A multimodal cortical network for the detection of changes in the sensory environment.
J Downar, A P Crawley, D J Mikulis, K D Davis. Nat Neurosci 2000
661
15



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