Brain-to-text system could help people with speech difficulties to communicate, researchers report.
A new computer model can analyze different types of brain scans and accurately predict the age of the human brain based on the images.
Researchers report correct communication between both the right and left hemisphere is critical for the development of advanced language skills.
Using MEG neuroimaging, researchers identify abnormalities in functional activity in brain regions which look structurally normal on conventional MRI scans. The findings could help with early detection of primary progressive aphasia.
Children at high risk for dyslexia have trouble learning new words after hearing them, a new study reports. Results show those at risk of dyslexia have border difficulties in processing language in the brain, which may account for why reading difficulties occur.
A new study reports both the environment and genetics affect brain activity related to language in the brain.
After just one season of playing football, neuroimaging technology reveals changes in gray and white matter correlated with exposure to head trauma in high school students, a new study reports.
A new study reports using MEG neuroimaging technology in conjunction with machine learning algorithms could help to determine whether a person is suffering from concussion.
University of Washington researchers report activity in the somatosensory cortex for both felt and observed touch demonstrates 7 month old babies can make a basic connection between self and others.