elaborate on the biology of hearing. The explain the neurobiology of language and language comprehension (namely the Brocas area and Wernickes area)

Last week we learned about the biopsychology of emotion. This week, we will be discussing hearing and language. After reading the assigned textbook chapter (Chapter 9) and resources (see: Week 9 RESOURCES), elaborate on the biology of hearing. The explain the neurobiology of language and language comprehension (namely the Brocas area and Wernickes area). What happens when either of these areas is damaged? Why is it that some animals have language-like brain structures, but cannot communicate with what we perceive as true language (even though animals have their own language and some mammals, such as apes, have been taught sign language).  
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