Our brain can think without language – how is that possible?

Nate Totushek SoundMind Blog Leave a Comment

A study at University of Pennsylvania suggests that the organization of a neural system is capable of representing meaning without language. This means that verbal representations are not essential to represent abstract semantics – and that there is a lot more about the brain that we do not know! We are looking forward to more work by Dr. Chatterjee and his lab in Philadelphia. Read the original article here

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