Broca on Cerebral Control for Speech in Right-Handers and Left-Handers: A Note on Translation and Some Further Comments

@article{Harris1993BrocaOC,
  title={Broca on Cerebral Control for Speech in Right-Handers and Left-Handers: A Note on Translation and Some Further Comments},
  author={Lauren Julius Harris},
  journal={Brain and Language},
  year={1993},
  volume={45},
  pages={108-120}
}
  • Lauren Julius Harris
  • Published in Brain and Language 1993
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • In my analysis (Harris, 1991) of Broca's views (1865) on the relationship of handedness to speech representation, a passage from one of Broca's later articles was mistranslated. This has implications for one part of the analysis, which this note explains. New details and comments are also added to the story. 

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