Nora Bradford

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Inner Dialogue: Your Brain on Conversational Inner Speech

What does it sound like when you think? We all experience different types of private speech-like thoughts on a given day depending on what we’re thinking about. Many researchers have studied this phenomenon by prompting subjects to repeat a word or sentence to themselves (Hinke et al., 1993; Simons

Knowledge of Visual Verbs in Blind Individuals

‌‌How exactly blind individuals categorize and understand words relating to vision and sight has fascinated researchers and philosophers for hundreds of years. Seventeenth and eighteenth century thinkers like George Berkeley, David Hume, and John Locke were inspired by Molyneux’s problem, which asks what a blind person would know about