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学习阅读的过程可以改变你的大脑从茎皮层研究发现

发布时间:2018-09-28 08:33 作者:admin 来源: 点击: 字号:

A new study found that the human brain has to patch together a network that handles reading by re-purposing areas deep inside the brain into visual-language interfaces。 The team reports that the brain can ******* this process with surprising ease。

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Evolutionary speaking, reading is very novel for humans —; not to mention wide-spread, widely employed reading and writing。 Because of this, we didn’;t develop a specific region in the brain to handle this process。

So what do you do if you’;re a brain and you have to learn to make sense of these scribbles and marks for your human? You improvise, of course! Working withing the bounds of the skull means this ‘;improvisation’; is more of a ‘;re-qualification’;, as some areas of the visual cortex —; usually handling complex shape recognition —; get bent to the task, while some of the earliest areas of the brain take on a mediating role between the language and visual system。

Old brain, new tricks

The fact that learning to read will cause physical changes in the brain, such as the creation of new pathways, isn’;t exactly news。 But until now, we’;ve believed that the changes literacy brings about are confined to the cortex, the outer layer of the brain which handles higher functions and can adapt quickly to master new skills and overcome challenges。

However, a team led by Falk Huettig from the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics found that the brain does a lot more heavy lifting to master literacy。 The Max Plank team worked together with scientists from the Centre of Bio-Medical Research (CBMR) in Lucknow, India, and the University of Hyderabad to uncover how the brains of completely illiterate people change when they learn to read and write。

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