Editor’s note: The actual standing of speakers within a society’s power structure determines how their statements are perceived, according to this piece of research.
Editor’s note: What happens when you use analyse language development using a theory used in physics? Interesting insights into how we learn words.
Editor’s note: Jane Bozarth on the challenges of what we call learning, after all learning is existential. What words would you use?
Editor’s note: A look at how the brain processes language and gives it meaning.
Editor’s note: Behavioural economist Keith Chen looks at how the language we speak impacts our behaviour. His work looks at the relationship between how we talk about the future and how we save (money) for the future. According to Chen’s work, it has a big impact.
Editor’s note: Research shows that sentence structure is sequential not fundamentally hierarchical as has been the assumption for many years. Interesting implications for natural language processing for computers.