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Research identifies brain region that helps control word pronunciation

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In a first, researchers at NYU’s Grossman School of Medicine have identified the critical role of the dorsal precentral gyrus in maintaining control over speech and making sure people pronounce words as they intend to. This region that crosses the folded surface of the top of the brain is also known to help people process what they hear themselves saying.



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