It’s crucial that we acknowledge the evident barriers that language presents to receiving and benefiting from mental health care.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
Love is Blind launched to the world during the height of 2020’s first lockdown.
- Mind & Brain
Speech production is a complex neural phenomenon that has left researchers tongue-tied in explaining it.
Researchers investigated how quickly people across the life span, from youths to adults nearly 80 years old, correctly identified spoken words.
Oracy became a discussion point following Sir Keir Starmer’s speech in July 2023.
Researchers have developed a brain-computer interface (BCI) that has enabled a woman with severe paralysis from a brainstem stroke to speak through a digital avatar.
For many non-native English speakers, an accent signifies more than just their linguistic background.
How do speech disorders affect mental health? It’s the sort of article title parents don’t even want to read.
- Mind & Brain
Using artificial intelligence (AI) to process natural language, a research group evaluated the characteristics of speech among patients with Parkinson’s disease.
If you have a stroke, the protein FSAP may help to reduce the extent of paralysis and problems with speech.
The telltale signs of dementia are familiar to many of us, with memory loss, confusion, and difficulty concentrating that gradually get worse over time.
Love is a fruit that has to be distinguished from other fruits. It is the reflection that springs from the heart.
Hearing loss is a rapidly growing area of scientific research as the number of baby boomers dealing with hearing loss continues to increase as they age.
This sensory information plays a critical role in how we learn to speak and maintain accuracy in these behaviours throughout our lives.
Small children learn language at a pace far faster than teenagers or adults.