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Science: Drinking Really Does Improve Your Foreign Language Skills
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Learning a foreign language is a great exercise for the mind. You memorize vocabulary, drill grammar into your head, and watch a lot of videos to practice. Then you have to actually open your mouth and speak … real words … in another language with a ...

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Science Magazine

From patients to partners
Science Magazine
He was enthusiastic about connecting scientists-in-training with the cancer community; in fact, he was already discussing this idea with another group at our university. Together, we started hosting monthly seminars where researchers and patients ...

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Stanford Medical Center Report

Scientists seek to speak the brain's language to heal its disease
Stanford Medical Center Report
Actually, “translate” may be too strong a word — the task, as Nuyujukian put it, was a bit like listening to a hundred people speaking a hundred different languages all at once and then trying to find something, anything, in the resulting din one ...

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GolfDigest.com

Modern Teaching Spreads The Message With Science And Tech
GolfDigest.com
And many of the fast-rising and new members of the group are building their reputations and profiles in different and less-traditional ways—from short-game and coaching specialization to scientific research and reaching the masses through social media ...


Dutch courage: Alcohol improves foreign language skills
Science Daily
Given that executive functions are important when speaking a second (non-native) language, one might expect that alcohol would impair the ability to speak a second language. On the other hand, alcohol increases self-confidence and reduces social ...

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