The Neural Architecture of the Language Comprehension Network: Converging Evidence from Lesion and Connectivity Analyses

@inproceedings{Turken2011TheNA,
  title={The Neural Architecture of the Language Comprehension Network: Converging Evidence from Lesion and Connectivity Analyses},
  author={And U. Turken and Nina F. Dronkers},
  booktitle={Front. Syst. Neurosci.},
  year={2011}
}
While traditional models of language comprehension have focused on the left posterior temporal cortex as the neurological basis for language comprehension, lesion and functional imaging studies indicate the involvement of an extensive network of cortical regions. However, the full extent of this network and the white matter pathways that contribute to it remain to be characterized. In an earlier voxel-based lesion-symptom mapping analysis of data from aphasic patients (Dronkers et al., 2004… CONTINUE READING
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