Speech Path Anatomy Part 1

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separates frontal and parietal lobes
the two most crucial lobes for speech/lang.
peaks of brain folds
number of total spinal nerve pairs
interprets spoken language for understanding the message
Programs and formulates the motor movements for speech production and language
separates temporal and parietal lobes
very focused on automatic, biological functions
number of rib pairs
information processed on the opposite side of the brain from where the information enteres
amount of hearing that gets processed on the opposite side of the brain
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the smallest lobe
connects the two hemispheres together
number of cranial nerve pairs that are important to speech
the surface of the cerebrum
primary sensory cortex is located where?
valleys of brain folds
number of total cranial nerve pairs
primary motor cortex is located where?
contains the auditory cortex
coordinates smooth muscle movements

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