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What might happen to a person's capacity for language if his or her cerebral cortex was damaged?

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That will depend on whether it was the Broca's area that was damaged or whether it was Wemicke's area. If it was Brocka's area a person will have difficulties with producing speech, while if it was Wernicke's area the person will have difficulties in understanding speech.

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