Speech: is a physical and neurological activity, physical structures (anatomy and physiology).
Communication: includes expressions, movements
Language: is produced in the brain, language is neurology motor and sensory
Anatomy: study of the structure of or
The motor source-lungs
Blue outline in first photo is where your lung tissue goes when you inhale, it is the direction of the
expansion of your lungs
The majority of your lung tissue is behind you. In front of you, you have your heart, stomach, liver,
Parieto-occipital Sulcus- separates primary from secondary vision
Calcarine Fissure- divides primary vison into upper and lower halves.
Lens- curves, upper brain sees lower half of vison, lower brain sees upper half of vision.
Eyes are the only thi