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The __________ is largely responsible for the control of large scale movements, as well as smaller, more precise movements of the body. A. Motor area B. Somatosensory area C. Broca’s area D. Wernicke’s area
The motor area is largely responsible for the control of large scale movements, as well as smaller, more precise movements of the body.
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