28 MUC ( Memory , Unification , Control ) : A Model on the Neurobiology of Language Beyond Single Word Processing

@inproceedings{Hagoort201528M,
  title={28 MUC ( Memory , Unification , Control ) : A Model on the Neurobiology of Language Beyond Single Word Processing},
  author={Peter Hagoort},
  year={2015}
}
Until not too long ago, the neurobiological model that has dominated our view on the neural architecture of language was the Wernicke-Lichtheim-Geschwind model. In this classical model, the human language faculty was situated in the left perisylvian cortex, with a division of labor between the frontal and temporal regions. Wernicke’s area in left temporal cortex was assumed to subserve the comprehension of speech, whereas Broca’s area in left inferior frontal cortex (LIFC) was claimed to… CONTINUE READING

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