A century and a half ago, French physician Pierre Paul Broca found that patients with damage to part of the brain's frontal lobe were unable to speak more than a few words. Later dubbed Broca's area, this region is believed .
Hand in hand with left hemisphere dominance goes a situation where our pineal glands are underactive and we are chronically short of some key brain biochemicals, such as melatonin, dimethyltryptamine (DMT) and pinoline.
Difference Between Broca's Area and Wernicke's Area in the Brain
The brain's speech area, named after century French physician Pierre Paul Broca, shuts down when we talk out loud, according to a new study that challenges the long-held assumption that 'Broca's area' governs all aspects of speech production.
Hodor - Tan’s brain – When Paul Broca autopsied Tan’s brain, he found a sizable lesion in the left inferior frontal cortex. The only articulate sound the patient could make was the syllable “tan”, which had come to be used as his name.