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Thus, script training approach should be introduced and implemented as a treatment intervention for patients with aphasia.13 The current study was planned to observe the effectiveness of script training for patients with moderate to severe Broca's aphasia.
Espitia, "Propuesta de un modelo anfis para la expansion de la broca en los campos de cafe colombianos", IX Congreso Internacional de Electronica Control y Telecomunicaciones, Bogota D.C, Colombia, Noviembre 14,15 y 16, 2013.
Neuroimaging studies have demonstrated that brain areas activated during speaking are notoriously larger than the classical Broca's area (Ardila, Bernal, & Rosselli, 2016d; Gernsbacher & Kaschak, 2003; Pickering & Garrod, 2013).
In the 1860s, French physician Pierre Paul Broca pinpointed this prefrontal brain region as the seat of speech.
El control de la broca del cafe no ha sido una tarea facil debido a que gran parte de su ciclo de vida transcurre en el interior de los granos, donde los productos quimicos no pueden actuar; por esta razon, Cenicafe ha planteado diferentes estrategias de manejo integrado para disminuir las poblaciones del insecto que emergen de los frutos infestados del suelo y mantener los niveles de plaga por debajo del umbral de dano economico (Bustillo 2008b; Benavides et al.
Thompson, "Perception of functional morphology in agrammatic Broca's aphasia," Brain and Language, vol.
Members of Topinard's 'le groupe Broca' upheld principles of positivism, which included measurements, statistics, and comparative anatomy; 'le groupe Mortillet,' was comprised of materialists emphasizing classification and the analysis of rank order facts (Harvey, 1983, p.