Connectivity Of Language Areas In The Human Brain Has Expanded More Than Previously Thought

The brains of humans and chimpanzees look a lot alike.

The difference between them and us is that we humans communicate using language, whereas non-human primates do not

a specialized nerve tract that connects the frontal and temporal lobes

We wanted to shift our attention to the connectivity of the two cortical regions located in the temporal lobe.

that are equally important to our ability to use language

They used a method called diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI).

one who takes pictures of white matter

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