Researchers discover the mirror neuron system can be modified by language use.
New research identifies the neural mechanisms underlying the learning of a second language in adulthood.
According to a new study, newborn babies are able to process language as young as two days old by utilizing similar processes to adults.
Fundamental limitations on sensory and cognitive memory shape language acquisition and processing, a new study reports.
Researchers offer specific guidance to parents about just what kind of talk is most important, and at what ages and stages in a child’s growth.
A new study on infantile memory formation in rats points to the importance of critical periods in early-life learning on functional development of the brain.
According to researchers, even before they can talk, infants are able to form object categories and make predictions about the object's behavior.