The relation between oral movement control and speech

@article{Kimura1989TheRB,
  title={The relation between oral movement control and speech},
  author={D. Kimura and Neil V. Watson},
  journal={Brain and Language},
  year={1989},
  volume={37},
  pages={565-590}
}
A large series of neurological patients, selected solely on the basis that they had damage restricted to one hemisphere of the brain, was given a variety of tests of basic speech and praxic function. Within the left-damaged group, patients were further identified as aphasic or nonaphasic, based on preexisting standard tests of aphasia. Subgroups of aphasics were studied on the basis of lesion location, rather than on the basis of aphasia type. The focus of the study was the relation between the… Expand
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