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Wolf species apparently have "language" dialects just like humans. Researchers have found that wolves have howling dialects.
Interaction during reading is key to a baby's language development, according to a recent study.
How do toys impact that learning and language skills of your child?
Bilingual patients are twice as likely to recover with normal cognitive function following a stroke than those who only speak one language, according to a recent study.
It turns out that colors are universal. Researchers have found that people from around the world think of colors the same way, regardless of the language used to describe it.
Brain imaging has shown that testosterone therapy given as part of sex reassignment changes the brain structures and pathway associated with speech and verbal fluency.
Researchers have found that whistled Turkish actually uses both sides of the brain.
Apes may be closer to talking than you might think. It turns out that Koko the gorilla, best known for her ability to use American Sign Language, also used vocalizations when "speaking" with researchers.
We all know that birds can sing, but did you know that alligators and crocodiles do the same? Scientists have discovered that these large reptiles will actually resonances to communicate with others.