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Phonological working memory

“… Broca’s area and the SMG are involved in speech perception only indirectly through their role in phono- logical working memory which may be recruited during the performance of certain speech perception tasks.”

Hickok 2000: 97

“The sound-based system interfaces not only with the conceptual knowledge system, but also with frontal motor systems via an auditory-motor interface system in the inferior parietal lobe. This circuit is the primary substrate for phonological working memory, but also probably plays a role in volitional speech production.

Hickok 2000: 99

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