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Unformatted text preview: : most people have this for linguistic sounds Left Ear Advantage: most for nonlinguistic sounds Split Brain Research: severing corpus callosum for epilepsy patients Left (dominant) hemisphere can process language actively and passively Right (nondominant) can process language only passively (understanding) Corpus Callosum: Right/Left Visual Fields: left eye signals right hemisphere, right eye signals left Handedness: high correlation between right-handedness and left dominance, but left-handers are divided Conduction Aphasia: involves arcuate fasciculus connect Wernicke and Broca – inability to repeat utterances (can be received in Wernicke but not transmitted to Broca. Anomia: Inability to name objects/access specific words (circumlocutions, clichés, vague) Word Deafness: normal hearing but cannot understand speech...
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- Spring '14
- temporal lobe, left temporal lobe