[SOLVED] Broca’s Area and Function
In the 1800s, a French doctor named Paul Broca studied several patients who had difficulty producing speech. One of these patients was nicknamed Tan because tan was the only sound he could make; another could only say the words yes, no, three, always, and Lelo (a mispronunciation of his own name). After these patients died, Broca examined their brains and found that they all had lesions (damage) in a specific part of the left inferior frontal lobe. Discussion Questions What part of the brain was damaged? How did the patients behaviour or abilities change as a result? What function do you think this part of the brain is responsible for?
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