For social creatures such as humans, communication is key. However, certain conditions can make verbal communication difficult. Recent studies have been able to use Brain-Computer Interfaces to translate brain signals to speech so they can help speech-impaired patients communicate without needing to speak.
As grown-ups, we easily tend to get bored when falling into a form of routine. Children, on the contrary, are very much into repetitions. This developmental difference is at the core of the way we process and interpret the world with experience.
Your hands and mouth are intrinsically connected to each other. This relationship presumably developed through eating behavior and, nowadays, it also plays an important role in language.
Better than Wordle: from my new favorite language game Semantle we can learn how computers understand the meaning of words based on context.
Whether it is preferred to say that someone is a ‘person with autism’ or an ‘autistic person’ is controversial. Even among the people concerned, very different opinions coexist. How do we decide what the right naming is and why?
Research reveals the unique capability of dogs to understand humans. One look at our face while carefully listening to our voice and they can make sense of our emotional state.