2/4/2014

The human brain may process smaller language sounds than previously thought, according to a recent study. Researchers discovered the brain parses sounds into smaller units than phonemes -- "b" or "z" sounds -- that many have assumed were the smallest chunks of sound processed by the brain. The findings could help researchers learn more about foreign language learning and disabilities such as dyslexia and autism.

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