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Cortical organisation of speech

Cortical organisation of speech

Producing speech requires the synchronised operation of several cortical centres.

Biology

Keywords

speech, speech motor cortex, speech processing cortex, auditory cortex, Broca, Wernicke, perception, visual cortex, brain, cerebral cortex, motor cortex, aphasia, human, biology

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