Language comprehension, areas of brain, declarative memory, split brain, memory disruption, Alzheimer's disease, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, opiates, endogenous opiates, opiate addiction, schizophrenia

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Department
Biomedical Science
Course
BMS 360
Professor
Douglas Ishii
Semester
Spring

Description
13 FebruaryFigure 817Most language comprehension comes from left halfWernickes areaTemporal lobeComprehensionBrocas areaExpression of languageArticulationPET scan positron emission tomographyMonitors use of glucoseActivity markerFigure 815HearingWernickeSpeakingBrocaSee wordsoccipital lobe visual cortexGenerate wordsfrontal lobeDeclarative memory languageLocalized to left hemisphere of brainLanguage is learnedConceptualization of speech and writingIntegration of speech and writing
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