Language is a code that relates different types of forms to

semantic meanings. The forms of the code and their associated meanings are activated in the tasks of speaking, comprehension of spoken language, reading, and writing. Disorders of the brain can affect the ability to activate these representations in these tasks. Neurological and psychiatric disorders can also affect the use of language to accomplish tasks such as communicating ideas, storing information in long-term memory, reasoning, and solving problems.

Language disorders that have been most extensively studied neurologically are those that affect language processing in the tasks of language use.



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