A new study assesses the impact of human speech on infant cognition during the first year of life.
Sulforaphane, a chemical derived from broccoli sprouts, could help improve behavioral and social problems associated with ASD, a new study reports.
New research amplifies hypothesis that human language builds on birdsong and speech forms of other primates.
A new study reveals a patient in a seemingly vegetative state showed signs of attentive awareness which had not been detected previously. Researchers hope the findings could open the door to creating specialized devices to allow those in a vegetative state to interact with the outside world.
Researchers have identified the different brain regions and interactions involved in accents and impersonations.
Researchers discovered that as a bird sings, some neurons in its brain prepare to make the next sound while others are synchronized with the coordination of physical actions.
Linguistics and biology researchers propose a new theory on the deep roots of human speech. A new study suggests human language is a grafting of two communication forms found elsewhere in the animal kingdom: first, the elaborate songs of birds, and second, the more utilitarian, information-bearing types of expression seen in a diversity of other animals.