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A big “housing” problem and a trace of neuroimaging: Broca's area is more than a transformation center

  • Ralph-Axel Müller (a1)

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Grodzinsky presents interesting data on Broca's aphasia, but because of obsolete ideas about neurofunctional organization and an inadequate review of the neuroimaging literature, he fails to put these data into perspective. Rather than supporting a specific linguistic function of Broca's area, the findings should be viewed in terms of working memory functions of the inferior frontal cortex.

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A big “housing” problem and a trace of neuroimaging: Broca's area is more than a transformation center

  • Ralph-Axel Müller (a1)

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