‘Our brains produce rhythmic activity at a similar rate to the syllables in speech’ – new research

I wonder if those same brain rhythms, supplemented by voice as in the anthology Let Me Tell You a Story, might enhance the reading experience for people whose reading is interrupted by stumbles over unfamiliar words. The article below is re-published with permission. In loud rooms our brains ‘hear’ in a different way – new findings Joachim Gross, University of Glasgow and Hyojin Park, University of Glasgow When we talk face-to-face, we exchange many more signals than just words. We communicate using our body posture, facial expressions and head and eye movements; but also through the rhythms that are produced … Continue reading ‘Our brains produce rhythmic activity at a similar rate to the syllables in speech’ – new research

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