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The first subject discussed in this paper is bilingual and polyglot aphasia. Next, the authors embark upon patterns of recovery in polyglot aphasia. The third topic is cerebral representation of languages in bilinguals and polyglots. Next, cerebral asymmetries in bilingual and polyglot subjects are discussed. Furthermore, research involving neuropsychological experimental techniques is investigated. The neurolinguistic aspects of simultaneous interpretation constitute the next topic.
Source : J. Vluijmans