People automatically incorporate extralinguistic information into grammatical processing during verbal communication.
People who experience chronic stress are more forgiving toward others than those who experience everyday stresses.
Exploring systemwide intracellular metabolic cooperation as a mechanism for learning offers promise for a better understanding of how memory and learning occur in the brain.
Researchers have developed a Russian language protocol for neuroimaging that allows for the mapping of individual language areas of the brain before neurosurgery.
The stronger the connection between the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and temporal-parietal junction, the less likely people are to punish others for selfish deeds.
When reading, people are not only able to predict the next word, but also the words' grammatical properties. This allows us to read faster. The findings could help with the development of new neural networks focused on natural language processing.