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As a result of a brain injury, Marc has great difficulty producing any speech sounds. He speaks very slowly, with great effort, and his words are poorly articulated. He has suffered damage to
a. Wernicke’s area.
b. the somatosensory cortex.
c. Broca’s area.
d. the primary auditory cortex.
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Correct: Production of speech, as a predominantly motor function, is controlled by Broca's area.
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