Language (words, signs, symbols, heiroglyphs)

Language: image collage of heiroglyphs, sign language, and books.

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  • Source: DNALC.DNAi

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An overview of language-related content on Genes to Cognition Online.

  • ID: 2239
  • Source: G2C

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Professor Marc Hauser defines language as an internal process that involves ways of manipulating symbols. It is qualitatively different to "communication."

  • ID: 1087
  • Source: G2C

1998. Wernicke's Area

Wernicke's area is a functionally defined structure that is involved in language comprehension.

  • ID: 1998
  • Source: G2C

913. FOXP2 Gene

FOXP2 is a gene associated with autism and language disorders.

  • ID: 913
  • Source: G2C

2098. Broca's Area

Broca's area is a functionally defined structure in the left frontal lobe of most humans. It is involved mainly in producing speech, writing, and also in language processing and comprehension.

  • ID: 2098
  • Source: G2C

15350. The RNA code for phenylalanine, Marshall Nirenberg

Marshall Nirenberg talks about the RNA code for phenylalanine.

  • ID: 15350
  • Source: DNAi

1088. Language and Animals

Professor Marc Hauser discusses the differences and similarities between humans and primates in terms of language ability.

  • ID: 1088
  • Source: G2C

1244. Temporal Lobe

The temporal lobes contain a large number of substructures, whose functions include perception, face recognition, object recognition, memory, language, and emotion.

  • ID: 1244
  • Source: G2C

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Matt Ridley talks about chromosome 7, FOXP2 gene involved in language.

  • ID: 15402
  • Source: DNAi

16493. Concept 22: DNA words are three letters long.

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  • ID: 16493
  • Source: DNAFTB