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Biol Res. 1995;28(1):45-50.

The anatomical substrates for language and hemispheric specialization.

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Departamento de Morfología Experimental, Universidad de Chile, Santiago.

Abstract

Three main lines of investigation are discussed in this paper: (1) the comparison between the anatomical arrangement of the language areas and the large-scale neurocognitive cortical networks partly involved in active or working memory; (2) the relations between hemispheric specialization and the development of interhemispheric communication; and (3) the analysis of individual differences in brain organization for language. The hypothesis and evidence presented stem from work being performed in our laboratories.

PMID:
8728819
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