Chapter 14 Notes

Biological Psychology

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Chapter 14 - Cognitive Functions Human Communication o Outline Lateralization Ape Language Language Broca's aphasla Wernicke’s aphasia o Lateralization Left Brain Speech (production and comnprehension)? Left temporal lobe tends to be slightly larger than the right The better children did with language, the bigger their left temporal lobe was without left temporal lobe, you cannot produce speech Right Brain Emotional content of speech Music Recognition of emotion Visuospatial abilities Generally more for analysis of space, geometric forms and emotional content, as well. Split Brain If you damage your 1,11, you have problems producing and understanding language but you’re better at analyzing the emotional content of speech (you can tell if someone is lying) If you damage your RH, you will speak in a monotone voice nor will you understand
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other's emotional expressions or emotional content Language in Apes
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2010 for the course BIOL 3064 taught by Professor Dr.wight during the Spring '10 term at Ouachita Baptist.

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Chapter 14 Notes - Chapter 14 Cognitive Functions Human Communication o Outline Lateralization Ape Language Language Broca's aphasla Wernickes

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