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Decoding inner language to treat speech disorders

What if it were possible to decode the internal language of individuals deprived of the ability to express themselves? This is the objective of a team of neuroscientists from the University of Geneva (UNIGE) and the University Hospitals of Geneva (HUG). After more than four years of research, this team have managed to identify promising neural signals to capture our internal monologs. It was also able to identify the brain areas to be observed in priority to try to decipher them in the future. These results open new perspectives for the development of interfaces for people suffering from aphasia. They can be found in the journal Nature Communications. Read More

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