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Timing the integration of utterance duration and task shift in a case of genetic anomaly implicating 7q31 with language disorders

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The most basic biological endowment needed for communication is that which allows the brain to copy sounds. This requires having an auditory pathway that responds to changes in the environment and a motor system that times muscular changes within a limited time scale. In this experiment we mea- sure the significant differences observed between the performance of a subject (A), affected by a genetic anomaly (a t[7;11] [p13;p13] along with a pericen- tromeric inversion with rupture points in 7p...

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University of Oxford
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St Cross College
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Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics and Modern languages
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University of Oxford
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Faculty of Philology and Modern Languages
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University of Oxford
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Christ Church
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Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics
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University of Oxford
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St Hilda's College
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Faculty of Philology and Modern Languages
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