Karl Wernicke

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German neurologist best known for his studies of aphasia (1848-1905)


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It begins with the original description given by Carl Wernicke and goes on to the syndrome classifications set down by Harold Goodglass and the Boston School (Goodglass and Kaplan 1983).
Carl Wernicke (1874) clearly illustrated a difference between aphasias produced by damage in the frontal lobe of the Left Hemisphere (LH) (i.e., Broca's area) and damage in the temporal lobe of the LH (i.e., Wernicke's area).