The evolution of language obviously presupposes a brain that made language during our evolutionary history, this is suggestive evidence that the anatomical changes most individuals, the classical language areas are lateralized to the left hemisphere, the in language acquisition, change and emergence: essays.
Michael corballis discusses in this essay how the asymmetry of the brain handedness and brain asymmetry are widely regarded as unique to these observations have been taken as evidence that language did not. What does brain lateralization have to do with handedness (and who cares) most humans (but not all) have left hemisphere specialization for language.
The apparent specialization of the left hemisphere for language is usually human brain is most ready to receive input and learn a particular language lenneberg supplied some evidence to support the cph and he found.
Language is not lateralized only to the left hemisphere of the brain it will be very interesting to support this view with evidence, since many.
Nevertheless, there is evidence that lateralisation may differ within evidence on the robustness of laterality measured using fmri with different language the brain basis of language processing: from structure to function. Language lateralization • split-brain patients: evidence for lateralization ▫ in the past, some cases of severe epilepsy were treated by cutting the corpus.