The trajectory of gray matter development in Broca’s area is abnormal in people who stutter

@inproceedings{Beal2015TheTO,
  title={The trajectory of gray matter development in Broca’s area is abnormal in people who stutter},
  author={Deryk S. Beal and Jason P. Lerch and Brodie Cameron and Rhaeling Henderson and Vincent L. Gracco and Luc F. De Nil},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2015}
}
The acquisition and mastery of speech-motor control requires years of practice spanning the course of development. People who stutter often perform poorly on speech-motor tasks thereby calling into question their ability to establish the stable neural motor programs required for masterful speech-motor control. There is evidence to support the assertion that these neural motor programs are represented in the posterior part of Broca's area, specifically the left pars opercularis. Consequently… CONTINUE READING
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