2005/12 Evening Times A SCOTTISH accent is better for business success than any regional English accent.
2005/12 BBC News Language affects 'half of vision'
2005/12 Nature Reviews Genetics 7, 9-20 (January 2006) | doi:10.1038/nrg1747
 The eloquent ape: genes, brains and the evolution of language
フィッシャー&マーカス Simon E Fisher and Gary F. Marcus
2005/12 EurekAlert Researchers update French language learning
2005/12 Scientific American What causes stuttering and is there a cure?
2005/11 Discovery Technologies Eliminate Language Barriers
 Tiny mouth and throat implants could let a person instantly speak other tongues.
2005/11 EurekAlert When it comes to babies learning language, the eyes have it
言語系統樹とヒト遺伝系統樹 南アメリンドの系統解明
2005/11 EurekAlert Genetics used to prove linguistic theories
2005/11 【日本語記事】 読売
2005/11 EurekAlert Dyslexia: risk gene is identified
2005/11 ScienCentral Defeating Dyslexia
2005/10 New Scientist Live speech-translation technology unveiled
2005/10 BBC News Scientists discover dyslexia gene
Up to a fifth of dyslexia cases could be caused by a faulty version of a gene called DCDC2
2005/10 EurekAlert Novel discovery of 'DCDC2' gene associated with dyslexia
2005/10 The Scientist The Flap about FoxP2
  Could a single gene have made communication possible?
ミラーニューロンと言語の進化 言語の発祥は身ぶりから
2005/10 A Rough Grunt Dictionary. The Loom
2005/10 Forbes.com Desmond Morris On Symbolic Gestures
2005/10 Discovery Study: Body Language Speaks Loudest
Humans pay more attention to body language even when they don't intend to, the brain study finds.
2005/10 EurekAlert Genetic cause of speech defect discovered
 the boy carries additional copies (termed duplication) of around 27 genes on chromosome 7.
  This is only the second instance of the identification of a single chromosome region linked to specific language impairment.
2005/10 New Scientist How new words become part of a language
2005/10 EurekAlert Shift in brain's language-control site offers rehab hope
 Language center site becomes more lateralized with age
チョムスキー 言語の普遍性、人権
2005/夏 Boston Review What We Know
  On the universals of language and rights Noam Chomsky
言語歴史学者に新兵器 New Tool for Historians of Language
2005/09 【日本語記事】 Science日本版
2005/09 news@nature.com Grammar analysis reveals ancient language treeハ
It's not the words, it's how you use them that counts.
2005/09 New Scientist Structure exposes the evolutionary roots of languages
 Structure not vocabularies hold the key to uncovering the origins of languages more than 10,000 years ago
2005/09 EurekAlert Treat stuttering before children start school, say experts
2005/09 BBC News Stammering 'best treated early'
2005/09 EurekAlert Preschool children display innate skill with numbers, addition
Children may be born with some ability to perform basic arithmetic
2005/09 【日本語記事】 ワイアードジャパン
2005/09 BBC News Alzheimer's clue in animal words
もう19才 パンバニーシャは元気だよ  チンパンジー&ボノボとヒト言語
2005/08 news@nature.com Apeing our language
 Chimp genome may shed light on surprising command of vocabulary.
2005/09 BBC News Row erupts over dyslexia 'denial'
2005/08 EurekAlert New algorithm for learning languages
2005/08 EurekAlert Say again?
 An ambiguous phrase is often easier to construct than an unambiguous one, so some people will speak ambiguously even if they are likely to be misunderstood.
2005/08 EurekAlert Studies of Amazonian languages challenge linguistic theories

2005/06 EurekAlert New research puts a fresh spin on current thinking of speech evolution in humans
 Nonlinguistic monkeys possess an area comparable to Broca's area
言語遺伝子 言語野の進化 FOXP2とブローカ野
2005/06 The Loom Mice, Monkeys, and Muttering
2005/06 Nature Orofacial somatomotor responses in the macaque monkey homologue of Broca's area
Michael Petrides, Genevieve Cadoret & Scott Mackey
2005/06 Scientific American Math without Words
 Numerical reasoning seems independent of language
2005/06 EurekAlert Study strengthens link between Foxp2 gene and language development
2005/06 EurekAlert Research: Noise, visual cues affect infants' language development
そ、そ、それは心理的な問題じゃない  吃音を起こす脳 しゃべってなくても混線気味
2005/06 ScienCentral Brain Stuttering
動物の「言語」体系を解析――人工知能とファジー理論を応用 北アリゾナ大学
2005/06 【日本語記事】 ワイアードジャパン
2005/06 EurekAlert Adults can be retrained to learn second languages more easily, says UCL scientist
2005/06 【日本語記事】 UK Today (JAPAN JOURNALS LTD.)
2005/06 Dienekes' Anthropology Blog: The western Bantu expansion
2005/05 Human Genetics  DOI: 10.1007/s00439-005-1290-3   The genetic legacy of western Bantu migrations
2005/06 EurekAlert Dyslexia redefined
 The dyslexic brain may have a general problem forming perceptual categories, including the templates for printed letters and speech sounds
2005/05 EurekAlert Study spells out new evidence for roots of dyslexia
多総合的言語:Nuuchahnulth (pronounced Noo-cha-noolth)の辞書がついにできました
2005/05 EurekAlert First-ever dictionary aids campaign to save Native American languages
白川静氏の研究所開設 立命館、自ら5000万寄付
2005/05 【日本語記事】 ヤフージャパン(共同通信)
2005/05 news@nature.com Language learning declines after second year of life
2005/05 EurekAlert Genetic factors partly influence differences in language development
2005/05 EurekAlert Language cues provide 'glue' for visual learning in children
2005/05 EurekAlert Hand gestures linked to better speaking
2005/05 ▲日本語記事 UK Today (JAPAN JOURNALS LTD.)
2005/04 Dienekes' Anthropology Blog: Clicks and pygmies
2005/04 EurekAlert Brain imaging study explains Williams syndrome language gifts
呼んで呼んで!  赤ちゃんは自分の名前を頼りにことばを覚えていきます
2005/04 EurekAlert Babies use their own names to help learn language
2005/04 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
2005/03 Proceedings: Biological Sciences Volume 272, Number 1562 Pages: 561 - 565
 DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2004.2957
 The consequences of Zipf's law for syntax and symbolic reference
2005/03 EurekAlert Separate genes influence speed, accuracy in decoding written words in dyslexia
2005/03 EurekAlert Enticing the bilingual consumer
 Interject an English word into the Spanish ad
ピンカー&ブルーム 言語進化論争の15年め  言語能力に必要な材料はヒト以外にも揃っている
2005/03 The Loom  Building Gab: Part One
2005/03 BBC News Gene may be a cause of dyslexia
2005/03 EurekAlert Scientists link gene to dyslexia
2005/03 EurekAlert Linking brain to mind in a common genetic disease
 Studying chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome, a common chromosome disorder, researchers identify abnormal brain tissue associated with problems in visual-spatial and numerical skills.
2005/03 Telegraph Gene linked to dyslexia in children
2005/03 Betterhumans Dyslexia Gene Identified

ろう文化 手話使用者のナショナリズム
2005/03 Prospect Magazine Deaf nationalism
 Sign language is officially recognised as a minority language in its own right
2005/02 Guardian Think before you speak
 Could language and maths be processed by the brain in entirely different ways?
2005/02 Max Planck Society Natural Selection As We Speak
 Shared properties of human languages are not the result of universal grammar but reflect self-organizing properties of language as an evolving system
2005/02 Brain and Language Volume 92, Issue 3 , March 2005, Pages 240-250  Is problem solving dependent on language?
英語力つけば「省エネ脳」に? 東大チームが実験 _,
2005/02 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
2005/02 EurekAlert Linguistic research moving in new direction
 A new strand of research uses the principle of 'self organization'
2005/02 EurekAlert Natural selection as we speak
 Shared properties of human languages are not the result of universal grammar but reflect self-organizing properties of language as an evolving system.
2005/02 news@nature.com Maths skills survive linguistic damage 
 Different processes underpin the grammars of numbers and language.
言語外知性 文法能力を失っても数学はできる脳障害事例
2005/02 BBC News Key to intelligence questioned
  Thought might not be dependent on language
2005/02 Guardian Brain is wired for maths
2005/02 University of Wisconsin Inventing Language
 Al-Sayyid Bedouin Sign Language signers telling stories.
2005/02 ABCNEWS Study: Negative Words Dominate Language
 Why Do Humans Have More Words to Describe the Negative?
 A survey of 37 languages reveals they share more words that express negative emotions than positive ones
2005/02 EurekAlert Babies can learn words before their first birthday
2005/02 MYRTLEBEACHONLINE.COM Anthropologist: Mothers' baby babble is part of evolution
2005/02 American Psychological Association  Fuzzy math
 A remote tribe that lacks a counting system suggests limitations on inborn representations of number.
ディスレクシアが経験する運転上の困難  道路標識を認識するのに時間がかかる
2005/02 BBC News Dyslexic drivers slower to react
2005/02 New Scientist Dyslexia slows drivers' reactions
アルサイイド ・ベドゥインで生成される手話文法
2005/01 news@nature.com Sign language reveals fast track to grammar
 Languages are quick to develop conventions about word order.
2005/02 New York Times A New Language Arises, and Scientists Watch It Evolve
2005/01 EurekAlert Thinking of prepositions turns brain 'on' in different ways
2005/01 EurekAlert Linguistics may be clue to emotions
 Words may be a clue to how people, regardless of their language, think about and process emotions
2005/01 Trends in Cognitive Sciences Volume 8, Issue 11 , November 2004, Pages 508-513 Language and Conceptual Development series Thought before language
2005/01 EurekAlert Baby talk: Infants have much to say if adults will only listen
 Children born deaf who receive cochlear implants do not respond to sound in the same way
 How much influence parents have on infant speech perception is another area of study
2005/01 EurekAlert Shepherds whistle while they work and brains process sounds as language
2005/01 Nature Linguistic perception: Neural processing of a whistled language
2005/01 EurekAlert Human complexity and diversity spring from a surprisingly few (relatively speaking) genes

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