Saturday, March 8, 2014

Areas of the brain process read and heard language differently

The brain processes read and heard language differently. Researchers have been able to determine the affected areas of the brain using speech processing tests with the aid of functional magnetic resonance tomography (fMRT). Read More

COMMENT: Based on extensive research from the four children at our house it is clear that every child not only processes read and heard language differently but additionally each child has a different learning process that works best for them.  This research is important because it gives parents and teachers a better understanding of the read vs. heard process of learning.  (This may also be helpful for husbands and wives who think they are communicating clearly with each other too but on occassion miss important messaging)