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& The functional neuroanatomy of language in the adult brain separates semantic and syntactic processes in the superior temporal gyrus (STG) and in the inferior frontal cortex. It is unknown whether a similar specialization is present in the developing brain. Semantic and syntactic aspects of sentence processing were investigated in 5-to 6-year-old children and in adults using functional magnetic resonance imaging. Although adults demonstrated function-specific acti-vations in the STG and thedoi:10.1162/jocn.2007.19.10.1609 pmid:18271736 fatcat:geym5ghcffcjtihiqyt23gg7uy