Structural asymmetries in the infant language and sensori-motor networks.


Both language capacity and strongly lateralized hand preference are among the most intriguing particularities of the human species. They are associated in the adult brain with functional and anatomical hemispheric asymmetries in the speech perception-production network and in the sensori-motor system. Only studies in early life can help us to understand how… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/cercor/bhn097

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