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What part of the brain is related to language comprehension?


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2007-06-26 03:16:47
2007-06-26 03:16:47

The left temporal lobe is thought to be critical for language comprehension and production. Wernicke's Area is the name of the specific region of the temporal lobe that is associated with speech comprehension, whereas Broca's Area is a region of the temporal lobe associated with speech production.

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Wernicke's area located in the left temporoparietal lobe is associated with the comprehension of language.

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Language Comprehension in the brain is in Wernicke's area. Hearing is through the outer, middle and inner ear, going through the eighth crainal nerve in the brain stem.

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i think its the left side but IM NOT SURE!!

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It is part of the brain located in the left cerebral hemisphere which is responsible in the comprehension of written and spoken language.

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The right parietal (cerebrum) side of the brain.


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