Fundamental limitations on sensory and cognitive memory shape language acquisition and processing, a new study reports.
Working memory for language processing can be provided by the down-regulation of neural excitability in response to external input.
Researchers report the brain can learn to compensate for language processing problems in adults with autism.
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.
Neuroimaging reveals surprisingly few links between white matter structure and reading ability in children.
Words which refer to 'big', abstract things are processed more quickly by the brain than 'smaller' words, a new study suggests.
A small, preliminary study helps researchers identify a region of the brain that specializes in the processing of auditory words.
Researchers link physical fitness in children to increased gray matter volume in areas of the brain implicated in language processing and reading skills.