The brain and language: How do we connect with our brains?

Jennifer Stewart

Language comprehension could be a process involving at least two critical brain regions that must work together in order to function. This would not be feasible without the interaction that enabled these brain regions to communicate. From birth until youth, the sensory fibers that build these connections grow and evolve, providing a growing foundation for comprehending and using language. Humans are very social creatures who talk a lot. We learn to communicate with our surroundings as soon as we are born. We enjoy conversing with our friends, family, and strangers as we grow up. We express our views and feelings and look forward to learning about other’s sentiments and thoughts.