from day 17/07/2009

A role for dyslexia in language evolution?

In a new paper Gabrieli highlight the recent results of cognitive neuroscience research on dyslexia and its potentdiial consequences for the treatment of dyslexic children through educative measures. What Gabrieli show is that dyslexia, an impairement in reading abilities linked to difficulties ...

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Common Ground and Cultural Prominence

An interesting article in the last issue of Psychological Science shows that cultural prominence can be sustained by the need to establish common ground in conversation. Here's the abstract: Why do well-known ideas, practices, and people maintain their cultural prominence in the presence ...

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