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Understanding the linguistic mind and its natural causes.
Elliot Murphy Ph.D. on September 27, 2022
Do humans deploy a similar cognitive architecture for language, music, and geometry?
Elliot Murphy Ph.D. on March 23, 2022
A new study from Johns Hopkins University explores the brain basis of grammatical comprehension.
Elliot Murphy Ph.D. on October 4, 2021
Do the categories of rationalist vs. empiricist still have relevance?
Elliot Murphy Ph.D. on July 6, 2021
A unique case study reveals that the presence of temporal language areas may be necessary for frontal language areas to develop.
Elliot Murphy Ph.D. on June 3, 2021
New research brings into question long-held assumptions in cognitive neuroscience.
Elliot Murphy Ph.D. on April 19, 2021
How does the brain recruit acoustic information to aid the generation of linguistic predictions?
Elliot Murphy Ph.D. on April 2, 2021
We are increasingly allowing words to substitute material reality—but do words even have the power to describe the real world adequately?
Elliot Murphy Ph.D. on March 17, 2021
Recent research examines how the brain processes speech across different age groups.
Elliot Murphy Ph.D. on March 8, 2021
New research explores how we learn to chunk syllables into larger units and do so rapidly.
Elliot Murphy Ph.D. on March 3, 2021
Does age impact how we listen to audiobooks? New research suggests that older adults process language in subtly different ways than younger adults.