Chinese, English speakers vary at math

Chinese, English speakers vary at math:
But native English speakers also showed activity in a language processing area of the brain, while native Chinese speakers used a brain region involved in the processing of visual information, according to the report in Tuesday’s issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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this lends something to the sapir-worf hypothesis…..

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One comment on “Chinese, English speakers vary at math

  1. jason says:

    THat’s sort of to be expected if you’ve studied chinese characters. I learned about 250 of them. It was all in the visual brain for me,, though I could only remember what they ‘meant’ not what to translate them as…

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