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Researchers have discovered increased blood flow during silent reading to areas previously believed to be dedicated solely to the physical or motor side of speaking in the supplementary motor area and the cerebellum. In the same study, participants further experienced increased blood flow to the lingual gyrus, associated with visual processing of letters. However, the participants also experienced increased blood flow to Broca's area, previously believed to be responsible only for understanding and forming spoken words.  

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