Cortical representations for the sounds and meanings of new words learned form within an hour or two following exposure.
A baby's repetitive babbling is influenced by the infant's ability to hear itself.
Researchers find it is possible to damage the speaking part of the brain but leave the writing part unaffected.
Tongue range motion is reduced while lower lip and jaw motion is increased in people who suffer dysarthria associated with ALS. The findings may help develop new therapies to help those with ALS improve their speech, researchers say.
A new study reveals passive exposure to foreign speech sounds over the course of several consecutive days helps enhance discrimination abilities and language learning.
A new study reports babies born early in the third trimester of pregnancy are more likely to show delayed development of the auditory cortex.
Children at higher risk of ASD are less able to distinguish between differences in speech patterns. The findings suggest the biological mechanism of language development is less acquisitive in high-risk infants who are diagnosed with autism during toddlerhood.
Vocal recordings of asymptomatic coronavirus patients reveal potential indicators of COVID-19 infection. Preliminary results hint at a biomarker in the vocal system coordination that can indicate the presence of COVID-19.
A new computerize linguistic approach helps researchers diagnose Alzheimer's disease with more than 82 percent accuracy.
Early language development isn't so much the quantity of words as the style of speech and social context in which speech occurs, researchers report.