Sunday, June 2, 2019

Essay --

No matter how fast you can finish or pronounce a book, how fast can you read it with a given time? Think ab place this, each person has a different speed at how fast they can read out loud or speak and how their brain processes it, still how will the rate they read at change once theyre given a gyp amount, such as one minute to read an excerpt. Most importantly is how accurate will their reading be. The Brain and Its FunctionThe brain is a intricate system that houses the controls to your body ranging from your reaction, emotion, speech or language, development, memory, body functions, and much more. Its created of a jelly like fat and protein weighing in about trinity pounds. Its the bodys biggest organ and consists of over one hundred billion nerves that not only put together thoughts and highly merged physical actions, but regulate our unconscious body processes, such as digestion and breathing (http// The largest part of the brain is called the cerebrum, which accounts for eighty-five percent or the organs weight, the distinctive outer surface of the brain is the cerebral cortex. The cerebrum is split into two halves, or hemispheres, and it is further divided into four regions, or lobes, in each hemisphere (http// The cerebrum frontal lobe, located behind the forehead, is responsible for speech, thought, learning, emotion, and movement behind the frontal lobes theres the parietal lobes that processes sensitive information such as temperature, touch, and painful sensation at the rear of the brain theres the occipital lobes that deals with your vision, and then theres the temporal lobes, near the temples, which control your hearing and memory (http//science.nationalgeog... ...s aphasia theres the Wernickes aphasia is when you ask a person a question and they respond with a sentence that is more or less grammatical, but contains words that have little to do with the questions or, for th e matter, with each other. People with this type of aphasia have difficulty naming things, often then responding with words that sound similar, or names of related thing, its as if they are having an absolutely hard time with their mental dictionaries. (http// Language and Speech The way language works, then, is that each persons brain contains a lexicon of words and the concepts they stand for (a mental dictionary) and a set of rules that combine the words that convey relationships among concepts (a mental grammar) (Pinker 85). Language uses grammar which is a separate combinational system that has two important consequences

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