Scientists Discover How the Brain Creates Meaning | Ontologique - Semantic System Design | Scoop.it

When is a cigar more than a cigar? A team of Dutch scientists believe they may have the answer. By using an fMRI scanner to study the brain activity of eight bilingual volunteers as they listened to the names of four animals spoken in English—bull, horse, shark and duck—the scientists were able to locate the specific part of the brain where the meanings of words are created.


Via Sakis Koukouvis