All languages are created in the same brain areas

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ERNESTO GARCIA MARIN  Identity Verified
Mexico
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Mar 1, 2010

Very interesting

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francelino  Identity Verified
Brazil
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Mar 3, 2010

Dear Dr. Karen Emmorey,
I got an M.A. in Education from San Diego State in 1973. Governor Reagan signed my diploma. I am from Manaus, Amazonas, BRAZIL.
The USAID Education Agreement with the Brazilian Ministry of Education in 1964 allowed several professors from SDSU to come to Brazil and work as consultants to Education Executives. Some learned some Portuguese, others didn´t. Why?
When I was at SUNY Buffalo, I leaned more English with a girl from Costa Rica, than with my five teachers.


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Phoebe Anne

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All languages are created in the same brain areas Jan 21, 2011

It's true. it's organized for language.
If you are interested on this item in particular, I would suggest you to read Dr. JC Goldar's books.


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