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DATE

2010-04-09

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Friedemann Pulvermüller, Luciano Fadiga

ABSTRACT

Pulvermüller and Fadiga address the much discussed question of whether speech comprehension depends on activation of cortical motor areas. Reviewing data from neuroimaging, brain stimulation, lesion and computational studies, they conclude that action and perception circuits have interdependent roles in language comprehension.

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351-360

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