Thinking or talking about oneself in the third person can lead people to consider themselves in similar ways to how they think about others, a new study reports. Researchers say talking about yourself in the third person may allow you to distance yourself from stressful experiences and help to regulate emotion.
A new study looks at how popular pain killer, acetaminophen, may be inhibiting the brain response associated with error making.
Researchers discover people detect and process grammatical errors with no conscious awareness of doing so.
A new EEG study reveals how the brain utilizes more cognitive resources to hold memory and process previous information.
Brain activity of bilingual people who learn a new language is similar to that of native speakers of that language within one day of training, a new study reports. For monolingual people, it takes much longer to exhibit P600 brain activity following language learning.
A new study provides greater understanding of how genes influence brain structures, cognitive abilities and how neural circuits produce language.
Researchers report the brain can learn to compensate for language processing problems in adults with autism.