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Which labeled area in the drawing of the left hemisphere of the cerebral cortex controls understanding of written and spoken language?







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E ???

BROADMANS- AREA 22- LEISON IN THIS AREA CANT UNDERSTAND anytype of language....



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E : I agree with Reet - Wernicke's area for language comprehension nod


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Wernicke


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Yes it's E) Wernicke's area: language comprehension center. areas 22(temporal L), 39 and 40 (parietal L)


Damage to the arcuate fasciculus causes a disorder called conduction aphasia. People with conduction aphasia can understand language, but their speech does not make sense and they cannot repeat words.



Speaking the Written Word


Speaking the Heard Word











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Awesome stuff Believe...thanks for sharing!!!



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If i was in charge of scoring, i would give the 2 of you a HUGE 100!!! Both for your efforts, dedication, unselfishness and awesome explanations! Thank you for making my studies a little bit less boring! grin



  #9

excellent, and thanks for such a good question and explanation

keep it up believe , good going



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whoa.!!!!!!....believe u r too good....keep up the great work.....god bless u


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Belive

E

cool


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coolcoolcool

projections... smiling face

awsomee


  #13

it's wernickes area smiling face


  #14

Nice revision.


  #15

great job believe thanks for sharing the stuff with all of usnod


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Thank you for sharing smiling face


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wink


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nod Excellent post(s) Believe.


E

Wernicke's - 22 (If you hold two fingers up -- like you're throwing a peace sign... on both hands and put them together you get a V+V = W)

I remember Wernicke's that way 22... made it up myself. smiling face

If ya follow me.


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awsum buddy..keep it upgrin





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