Artificial intelligence can understand complex words and concepts by representing the meaning of words in a similar way that correlates with human judgments.
Greater left-brain asymmetry can predict both better and average performance on a foundational level of reading ability.
Neuroimaging reveals surprisingly few links between white matter structure and reading ability in children.
Study reveals a specific link between musical processing and brain areas associated with language processing.
Early exposure to language, whether it's vocalized or sign language, assists with normal brain development in children, researchers report.
Artificial intelligence sheds new light on how the brain processes language. Researchers report the human brain may use next word prediction to drive language processing.
Auditory and speech processing occurs in parallel in the brain, researchers report. The findings contradict the belief that the brain processes auditory information before transferring it into linguistic information.
Study reveals how the brain analyzes different types of speech which may be linked to how we comprehend sentences and calculate mathematical equations.
Combining neuroimaging data with artificial intelligence technology, researchers have identified a complex network within the brain that comprehends the meaning of spoken sentences.
Interpreting computer code activates general-purpose brain networks, but not language processing areas.
Working memory for language processing can be provided by the down-regulation of neural excitability in response to external input.