A case of impaired verbalization but preserved gesticulation of motion events.

@article{Kemmerer2007ACO,
  title={A case of impaired verbalization but preserved gesticulation of motion events.},
  author={David Kemmerer and Bharath Chandrasekaran and Daniel Tranel},
  journal={Cognitive neuropsychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={70-114}
}
In most cultures, most of the time, when people talk they gesture. We took advantage of a rare opportunity to explore the relation between the verbalization and gesticulation of motion events by studying Marcel, an English speaker with a unilateral left-hemisphere lesion affecting frontal, parietal, and temporal sectors of the perisylvian cortex. Marcel has intact semantic knowledge of the three major classes of words that are commonly used in English descriptions of motion events… CONTINUE READING

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