For the last 70 years, it was largely believed that spatial processing disorders, including those seen in language, occurred when the temporal-parietal-occipital (TPO) junction of the brain’s left hemisphere was damaged. But according to researchers from the HSE Neurolinguistics Laboratory, it is the damages to the axonal fibers connected to this area of the brain that are most important.
Monday, June 17
Tuesday, June 18
Victor Rudakov to speak on 'The Impact of Horizontal Job-Education Mismatches on the Earnings of Recent University Graduates in Russia'