Final Neurosci - Broca’s aphasia is due to a lesion on...

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Melinda Salomon 14 December 2007 Human Neuroscience 3235 Dr. Martin Final Assignment – Question #3 Aphasic repetition is the ability or inability to repeat words and/or phrases. Some aphasias are characteristic of impairing repetition, while others preserve the ability.
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Unformatted text preview: Broca’s aphasia is due to a lesion on the posterior part of the left inferior frontal gyrus. Repetition is impaired in Broca’s aphasia....
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