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Timing language disorders with a chromosomal translocation in 7q31

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The neural mechanisms of interval timing are not well understood. Language disorders provide a window for the search of the genetic basis of verbal communication which support the perception and execution of interval timing. Here we focus on the performance of a subject, A, with a chromosomal translocation t[7;11][p13;p13] along with a pericentromeric inversion with rupture points in 7p13 and 7q31, the latter being the locus of FOXP2. It was found that A significantly underperformed in a com...

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University of Oxford
Research group:
Developmental language disorders: a Pilot study of a Spanish-Valencian bilingual with genetic disorder
Oxford college:
St Cross College
Department:
Humanities Division - Linguistics & Phonetics - Comparative Philology and General Linguistics
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University of Oxford
Research group:
The biological bases of Developmental language disorders
Department:
Humanities Division - Linguistics & Phonetics - Phonetics
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Research group:
The biological bases of Developmental Language Disorders
Department:
Humanities Division - Linguistics & Phonetics
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Contributor
Institution:
University of Oxford
Research group:
The biological bases of developmental Language disorders
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Paloma Garcia-Bellido
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uuid:c45fd03e-c5c7-4f06-b504-5ba58755d5a6
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ora:6227

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