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CD110 INRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS Neurological Bases of Communication Disorders March 5, Fall 2008 I. General Neuroanatomy Relevant to Communicative Function A. Cerebral Hemispheres (Text, Figs. 3.19, 3.20, 3.21) 1. Four lobes of brain 2. Basal nuclei 3. Thalamus B. Brainstem C. Cerebellum D. Spinal Cord II. Brain and Communication Disorders A. Post-mortem Examination of Individuals with Communication Disorders 1. Paul Broca’s patient 2. Carl Wernicke’s patient
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Concept of Anterior vs. Posterior Lesions 4. Right Hemisphere Lesions B. Correlations between Lesion Locations and Behaviors: The Idea of Localization III. How Can you Study Brain Structure/Function? A. Brodman’s areas B. Neuroimaging: MRI, CT (CAT), PET, fMRI C. Difference between structural vs. functional study D. ‘Accidental’ Lesions (hippocampus example) E. Exposed Brain Stimulation...
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