One percent of adults and 5% of children are unable to achieve what most of us take for granted, speaking without stuttering. Instead, they struggle with words, often repeating the … Continue Reading Researchers map the cause of stuttering in the brain.
The neural mechanisms underlying recovery of language after left hemisphere stroke remain elusive and are still debated after 130-years. Although older evidence suggested that right hemisphere language circuitry compensate for … Continue Reading Research upended as right-side of brain shown to aid in speech recovery after stroke.
Speech is produced in the human cerebral cortex and previous studies have shown that the brain waves associated with speech processes can be directly recorded with electrodes located on the … Continue Reading Researchers develop world’s first thought-based ‘brain-to-text’ system.
A region of the brain thought to control speech production develops abnormally in children who stutter, a pattern that persists into adulthood, according to a new study from the University … Continue Reading Neuroimaging study shows brain develops abnormally over lifespan of people who stutter.