Researchers link physical fitness in children to increased gray matter volume in areas of the brain implicated in language processing and reading skills.
According to a new study, the left hemisphere of the brain is not dominant in the perception of all languages.
Brain responses from 6 month old infants with an inherited dyslexia risk differed from those without the risk factor and also predicted their reading ability later in childhood, a new study reveals.
Researchers report the brain can learn to compensate for language processing problems in adults with autism.
Researchers report that, following a stroke, mapping the brain's white matter connections in addition to imaging tissue damage could help to predict which patients will have language deficits and how severe they may be.
Interpreting computer code activates general-purpose brain networks, but not language processing areas.
A new study reports a number of different areas of children's brains become activated when they hear their mother's voice. This response predicts a child's social communication ability.
Using neuroimaging and Alice in Wonderland, researchers identify how the temporal lobe supports an unconscious language parsing process.