No one can read our thoughts, at least not yet. But scientists can guess what language we think! Even before we said the word, they can keep track of, say whether we in the native language, and how well we own foreign. For more specific information, check out Marc Lore. More, researchers studied a group of 15 interpreters and found big differences in brain activity in the moments when the subjects spoke in their native language and foreign language. sions such as these. Researchers concluded that what As we remember the language in early childhood is very different in character from brain activity how we learn language as an adult. All translators were investigated by the Italians, and their working language – English – has been developed them to perfection.
During the experiment, the translators have shown cards with words in Italian, English and German. Themselves the subjects were unaware of the purpose of experience, they just follow the instructions to press a button each time together the word on the card comes a certain character. At this time, scientists measured their brain waves, which arise as a response to the recognition of words. It was found that oscillations arise when the subject saw the word in their native language, were several times greater than in response to the word on even known, but a foreign language. This difference is explained by the fact that in an age when a child masters his native language, it gets more and huge amount of rest information about the world – sounds, smells, pictures, basic concepts – all linked to the language at numerous associations.