The story of a numerical system nearly consigned to oblivion.
Stephen Chrisomalis | Mar 18
What is it that makes individuals suffering from FAS sound like foreign speakers of their native language?
Roger Kreuz & Richard Roberts | Mar 2
While word-finding failures can be taken as evidence of memory problems, they may not be harbingers of befuddlement after all.
Roger Kreuz & Richard Roberts | Nov 24, 2020
Reading linguistic thought directly from the brain has brought us closer to answering an age-old question — and has opened the door to many more.
Andrea Moro | Sep 18, 2020
Every now and then fantastical species make their way into the scientific literature, taking the scientific community for a ride.
Michael Ohl | Jan 13, 2020
A lexicon of landscape as word, concept, and path to discoveries.
John R. Stilgoe | Dec 30, 2019
A leading children's speech expert offers humane advice to anxious parents and unpacks the latest science around late talking.
The Editors | Aug 26, 2019
The father of modern linguistics is still opening up new kinds of questions and topics for inquiry.
Amy Brand | Aug 12, 2019
The evidence is far less clear than popular media might lead you to believe.
Richard Roberts and Roger Kreuz | Jul 18, 2019
Acclaimed translator Mark Polizzotti demystifies the process of literary translation and demonstrates its capacity for art.
The Editors | Jun 10, 2019