All talk and no action: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study of motor cortex activation during action word production.


A number of researchers have proposed that the premotor and motor areas are critical for the representation of words that refer to actions, but not objects. Recent evidence against this hypothesis indicates that the left premotor cortex is more sensitive to grammatical differences than to conceptual differences between words. However, it may still be the… (More)


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