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contralateralization
the left side controls the right side of the body and vice versa
aphasia
damage to speech areas of the brain resulting in difficulty of speech
Broca's area
responsible for organization of motor commands for speech
Broca's area aphasia
problems with producing speech, difficulty physically talking
Wernicke's area
responsible for comprehension
Wernicke's area aphasia
difficulty understanding speech
priming
words that are related phonologically or semantically are recalled faster