Tag: "grammar" at medical news
Scientists find ability for grammar hardwired into humans
...ondered why certain fundamental characteristics of grammar
are present in all languages, and now a team of sc...nguage and wound up with some of the same rules of grammar
every other language uses." For eight years, Newport and Marie Coppola, a post-doctoral student at...
Brain researchers discover the evolutionary traces of grammar
...= de gi ku bo). This principle was meant to reduce grammar
into the simplest formal rules. The advantage of experimenting with artificial grammars - as opposed to naturally spoken grammars - lies in the fact that other elements of language (semantics, phonology, morphology) do not have additional influences ...
'Medical Spanish' course helps physician assistants examine, communicate with Hispanic patients
...e semesters. In the first semester, students learn grammar
and vocabulary that corresponds to their medical training. The second semester, they conduct mock physical exams with trained, Spanish-speaking simulated patients in a clinical setting. The third semester, students give a presentation on an illness i...
Reading Shakespeare has dramatic effect on human brain
...he meaning of a word but when the word changes the grammar
of the whole sentence, brain readings suddenly peak. The brain is then forced to retrace its thinking process in order to understand what it is supposed to make of this unusual word." Professor Roberts and Professor Davis together with Dr Guillaune...
Journal Sleep: Link between insomnia and hypersomnia, depression in children
...dividual's sleep problem." Experts recommend that grammar
school-aged children get between 10-11 hours of sleep a night to achieve good health and optimum performance, while children in pre-school should sleep between 11-13 hours a night....