Let’s use our words to talk about words - how does our brain process language? Join us this week as Alie dives into some of what we know about the neuroscience of language, and some of what we don’t know, too!
Huge thank you to Melissa Troyer, a graduate student of Cognitive Science at UCSD, for providing lots of great information and resources for this video. Melissa can be found at: http://icogsci1.ucsd.edu/~mtroyer/
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