Relationships between Praxis Skills and Neural Organization of Grammar

@inproceedings{Altieri2015RelationshipsBP,
  title={Relationships between Praxis Skills and Neural Organization of Grammar},
  author={Nicholas D. Altieri and Anthony Seikel and Daniel Hudock},
  year={2015}
}
Currently, significant gaps remain in our knowledge regarding the connection between language and praxis skills. However, literature has shown that similar or overlapping neural structures appear to be involved in language and grammar function, and praxis skills; incidentally, grammatical deficits co-occur at a high rate with ideomotor apraxia when inferior frontal language regions are damaged. While the planning of phonetic speech gestures and grammar are logically separate skills and can be… CONTINUE READING

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