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The Speaking Brain

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Science  16 Oct 2009:
Vol. 326, Issue 5951, pp. 372-373
DOI: 10.1126/science.1181675

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  • Sequential Information Processing and Limited Interaction in Language Production

    N. T. Sahin et al. report data indicating that the processing components of speech production are distinct in their content and sequentially ordered in time ("Sequential processing of lexical, grammatical, and phonological information within Broca's area," Reports, 16 October 2009, p. 445). Sahin et al. and the accompanying Perspective by P. Hagoort and W. J. M. Levelt ("The speaking brain," 16 October 2009, p...

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