A new PNAS study reveals the communication between brain areas that specialize in language is supported by the rhythmic synchronization of brain cells. Researchers found different rhythms reflect different directions of information flow.
If we can recognize the accent we hear, our brains are able to process foreign accented speech with better real time accuracy, a new study reports.
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.
Researchers report a gene associated with dyslexia may interfere with speech processing.