Brains look up words like a dictionary, study finds

08/29/2013 | New Scientist

Human brains may operate like a dictionary, say scientists who used mathematical analysis to link the definitions of English words to create a minimal set of words. Stevan Harnad of the University of Quebec and his team believe that finding the minimal word set and determining its structure could reveal how language is put together in the brain.

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