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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 8 days ago

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I know it's one of the most difficult languages to learn because it's made entirely out of exceptions and we refuse to acknowledge the rest of the planet's agreed-upon vowel usage. But as Tom Scott shows in his new "Things You Might Not Know" video,

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Charlotte :: NC :: USA | 11 days ago

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John Rennison / Hamilton Spectator file photo A joint study from the University of Toronto and the University of North Carolina found that 35 per cent of adults with dyslexia said they were physically abused by someone close to them before the age of

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Washington :: DC :: USA | 19 days ago

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The Australian Story feature was prompted by Washington's appearance earlier this year at a TEDx conference where she spoke publicly for the first time about the stutter and its effect on her. In that speech, Washington explained how she'd gone to

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Ária :: Greece | 19 days ago

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Megan Washington has revealed she has a severe speech impediment and that she was bullied at school because of it. The I Believe You Liar singer has told ABC's Australian Story that she has suffered a stutter since the age of five, and singing is one

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Chapel Hill :: NC :: USA | 23 days ago

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Thirty-five per cent of adults with dyslexia report they were physically abused before they turned 18. In contrast, seven per cent of those without dyslexia reported that they had experienced childhood physical abuse. Even after accounting for age,

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 23 days ago

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Have you heard the one about the lifelong stutterer who wants to be a stand-up comic? That sounds like the start of an utterly tasteless joke, but 19-year-old Donnie Sengstack is not only a true story, he's the reason I'm now (relatively) up to speed

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Sydney :: Australia | 25 days ago

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PhD Researcher in Psycholinguistics at University of Liverpool The rate at which children learn language varies substantially from child to child. Some children show rapid vocabulary growth before they go to school, while others learn so slowly that

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Coventry :: United Kingdom | 30 days ago

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If you think young people seem to be spending more time face-to-screen than face-to-face, you're probably right. And a lot of that screen time seems to involve reading or writing English that duznt look quite lyk it shld. It's not surprising that

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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The defining characteristic of the Starks' loyal servant Hodor is that he can say only that single word, "hodor." But a real 19th-century patient who could utter just one syllable over and over gave us great insight into the workings of our brains.

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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But the gigantic Hodor, a character in the blockbuster Game of Thrones series, nonetheless sheds light on something very much in the realm of fact: How our ability to speak emerges from a complex ball of neurons, and how certain brain-damaged

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