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Reporte Neurolinguistics The Neurolinguistics is the discipline examines the methods of the human brain to achieve understanding, generation, and the identification of the language, both spoken and written. For a better understanding of the concept, we can explain that the brain is divided into two halves that are identical at first glance, which receive the name of left and right hemisphere; the first is that we mostly use when we're creating something, the second of which deals with the logical issues and often present a greater activity when we are talking about or studying mathematics. Each of these halves is made up of four lobes: frontal lobe (controls movements), the parietal lobe (makes association between different information), temporal lobe (is responsible for hearing and processing temporary relations) and the occipital lobe (processing graphical information and understanding of the written language). The Neuroliguistica studies is responsible for studying the normal functioning of the mechanisms of speech, taking into account the characteristics of each area of the brain functions. Our brains store information in networks of brain cells (neurons and glial cells). These neural networks are ultimately connected to the parts of the brain that control our movements (including those needed to produce speech) and our internal and external sensations (sounds, sights, touch, and those that come from our own movements). The connections within these networks may be
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