Language

Like Father Like Son, Even In Song

June 20, 2012

Kids learn a lot of things from their dads: how to play catch, how to shave, how to drive. In many cases, it’s obvious that sons have even learned how to talk from their father. Though their voices may be different, the words they use or their [Read more]

Hockey, Language and the Brain

August 17, 2009

If you had to pick a group of researchers who would be interested in hockey, you’d probably first think of dentists, not psychologists. Certainly you wouldn’t consider hockey players an ideal subject pool for mapping the brain’s [Read more]