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REVIEWING THE Test ESSAY for Unit 3. After a mild stroke, Mr. McGeorge showed some signs of aphasia. What pattern of symptoms would lead you to believe.

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1 REVIEWING THE Test ESSAY for Unit 3

2 After a mild stroke, Mr. McGeorge showed some signs of aphasia. What pattern of symptoms would lead you to believe the damage occurred primarily in (a)Broca’s area, (b) Wernicke’s area, (c) the angular gyrus?

3 IDENTIFY DEFINE GIVE EXAMPLES

4 After a mild stroke, Mr. McGeorge showed some signs of aphasia. What pattern of symptoms would lead you to believe the damage occurred primarily in (a) Broca’s area, (b) Wernicke’s area, (c) the angular gyrus? What terms need to be defined? Aphasia Broca’s area Wernicke’s area Angular gyrus

5 After a mild stroke, Mr. McGeorge showed some signs of aphasia. What pattern of symptoms would lead you to believe the damage occurred primarily in (a) Broca’s area, (b) Wernicke’s area, (c) the angular gyrus? What else needs to be discussed? Aphasia Broca’s area Wernicke’s area Angular gyrus Symptoms Location

6 After a mild stroke, Mr. McGeorge showed some signs of aphasia. What pattern of symptoms would lead you to believe the damage occurred primarily in (a) Broca’s area, (b) Wernicke’s area, (c) the angular gyrus? *Aphasia is an impairment of language which occurs due to damage in the left hemisphere of the brain. *If Mr. McGregor was having problems speaking, it would lead one to believe damage had occurred to Broca’s area, which is located in the left frontal lobe. He would struggle to form words while still being able to sing familiar songs and comprehend speech. *If damage had occurred to Wernicke’s area, located in the left temporal lobe, he would have trouble with comprehension or understanding. Mr. McGregor would probably speak in meaningless words *Damage that occurred to the angular gyrus would have trouble receiving visual information and recoding it into auditory form, through which Wernicke’s area uses to derive meaning. The angular gyrus is located in the left parietal lobe, and would leave Mr. McGregor able to speak and understand but unable to read.

7 POINTS *Aphasia is an impairment of language which occurs due to damage in the left hemisphere of the brain. *If Mr. McGregor was having problems speaking, it would lead one to believe damage had occurred to Broca’s area, which is located in the left frontal lobe. He would struggle to form words while still being able to sing familiar songs and comprehend speech. *If damage had occurred to Wernicke’s area, located in the left temporal lobe, he would have trouble with comprehension or understanding. Mr. McGregor would probably speak in meaningless words *Damage that occurred to the angular gyrus would have trouble receiving visual information and recoding it into auditory form, through which Wernicke’s area uses to derive meaning. The angular gyrus is located in the left parietal lobe, and would leave Mr. McGregor able to speak and understand but unable to read. Define +3; location +3 Define +4; location +4; example +2


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