It’s crucial that we acknowledge the evident barriers that language presents to receiving and benefiting from mental health care.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
- Society & Culture
King’s English and Cockney accents are no longer as prevalent among young Britons, according to a recent study conducted by the University of Essex.
Welcome to the captivating world of language learning and its far-reaching benefits.
- Mind & Brain
Speech production is a complex neural phenomenon that has left researchers tongue-tied in explaining it.
Scientists have developed new tools, based on AI language models, that can characterise subtle signatures in the speech of patients diagnosed with schizophrenia.
Researchers investigated how quickly people across the life span, from youths to adults nearly 80 years old, correctly identified spoken words.
- Society & Culture
East Midlands Ambulance Service managers have been instructed to give consideration to men who are experiencing menopausal-like symptoms.
In the modern world, the ability to communicate in different languages is a skill many of us aspire to.
The process of converting text from one language to another is not an easy task as often perceived by people.
Navigating through complex documentation is challenging, particularly when vague terms like “extended encounter” are involved.
Understanding maternal speech and its impacts on child development has been a point of interest for numerous researchers across the globe.
Embarking on a journey to improve your English language skills can be a rewarding and transformative experience.
Learning a new language can be challenging, but it is surely very rewarding.
Learning a second language has been proven in studies to improve your cognitive ability over time, which has many benefits for your overall mental health.
- Education & Learning
Global language experts estimate that, without intervention, about one language will be lost every month for the next 40 years.