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    The Broca’s area, seems to have an important part in the left hemisphere of the brain. Although, the Broca’s area is located in the frontal part of the left hemisphere, where it projects the speech aspect of the left brain. It seems, to many people speech isn't a big deal for the left hemisphere to carry, yet it has a lot to do with connecting to the right side in order for sentences and words to come out nearly almost correctly. Broca’s area, was discovered in 1861 by a man named Paul Broca. He discovered that it serves a vital part in the speech generation. Also, to be more specific, the broca’s lies in the third frontal convolution. The Broca’s area, is also connected to the other region of the brain called Wernicke's area. The Broca’s…

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    Identified as Brodmann’s area 22. Type: Fluent Severity: Deficits in comprehension, repetition, and naming. Other Characteristics: Speech is characterized by phonemic and semantic paraphasias and neologisms, or jargon aphasia. Patients are often unaware of their language disorder. Reading and writing are also impaired (Papathanasiou & Coppens, 2017). Conduction Aphasia Associated with lesions affecting the left temporal-parietal junction. It has been proposed that conduction aphasia results from…

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    Although language production and comprehension is associated with regions within the left hemisphere, it is possible for areas within the right hemisphere to compensate for language deficits in aphasic patients. In this study, the general question is whether or not activation in the right hemisphere is more likely with patients who have severe aphasia, as opposed to patients with mild aphasia who are able to recover by utilizing unaffected language areas or perilesional areas. The main…

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    processing of the spoken word for the sake of brevity and clarity! During conversation when we hear and express language, information is passed through several areas of the brain as we hear individual words, interpret them, store information as memories and finally form our replies. Here is a simplified description of the parts of the brain and body responsible for these tasks: 1. Inner Ear. First, the cochlea of the inner ear reacts to the sound waves of speech and converts them into electrical…

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    The reason I say the Broca’s Area is because the Broca’s Area is the area in the brain that is responsible for production of words and speech. If I gave up that area in my brain, I just wouldn’t be able to speak. I would still be able to understand what others are telling me but I wouldn't be able to communicate back with words. My life would be different because I would have to communicate differently with others than I’m used too. I would have to learn sign language, since I won’t be able…

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    Aphasia is a complex and diverse phenomenon. It has two main categorize: Wernicke’s Aphasia and Broca’s Aphasia. Wernicke’s Aphaisa symptoms are where you have a sever impairment of the ability to understand written or spoken words. Also you have fluent, but meaning, speech. Wernicke is known as fluent and sensory aphasia because they can form grammatically correct sentences, but their utterances mean nothing. Broca Aphasia is known as expressive aphasia. It allows the patient to be able to…

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    closely with Texas A & M University to keep and maintain the ranches thriving. They recently participated in The Texas Livestock Early Warning System. The participation in this system helped get the data that will now impact how other ranching areas in the state operate in times of drought and population reduction. Irion county has a few notable historical sites and historic event that occurred at each of them. In 1858 Camp Charlotte was created as a military camp and frontier post. It…

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    Tremco, a commercial sealant and waterproofing company, was contacted on 7/27/17 for information regarding the issues observed. The sales representative, Liz Bailey, stated that the issues observed with the existing traffic system are consistent with urethane based traffic coatings. These traffic coatings are inexpensive to apply, but only have about a 5 year life expectancy. This can be further reduced in high traffic, high temperature, and high UV areas. Tremco recommended the use of a…

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    the students with different learning tools and stimuli in an area that does not feel overcrowded or cluttered. Children should be provided with an environment that is not over crowded with too many students and not enough resources- something that can be difficult in certain school systems. Overall the indoor environment for learning is one of the most important aspects of a child’s educational experience. The class observed in this paper was located in Elon Elementary School. It was a class for…

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