Brainwaves Encode the Grammar of Human Language - Max Planck Neuroscience on Nautilus
Micah Schippa
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Every day you hear at least some utterances you've never heard before. That you can understand them is partly due to the fact that they are structured according to grammatical rules. Scientists have found that the human brain may use the relative timing of brainwaves to encode and decode the structures in a sentence.

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