True or False: There are two language centers in the brain—one per each hemisphere.?
- geezerLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
This is very much SIMPLYFYING THINGS, but basically ..
One half (hemisphere) of your brain deals with VERBAL language
and the other half deals with WRITTEN language.
That's why, for example, if someone has had a stroke
and they lose their ability to talk, they can often still read and write.
- ZirpLv 78 months ago
False. It probably is way more complicated than that.
- Anonymous8 months ago
No, it is either the right or left brain that controls language. If it is the left brain, then the person is right handed. If it is the right brain, then the person is left-handed. Infants do not prefer to use one hand or the other, but by about 18 months, toddlers begin to prefer one or the other hand, as they learn to speak.