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Oscar Marcelo Lazo (OM.)
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Mi nueva columna en El Dínamo.
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Nos dejamos seducir por drogas mágicas y soluciones parche, por terapias de re-conversión para ser el que no somos y por entrenamientos para que nuestros hijos sean unos que no son, en vez de reconocer que nuestra falta de bienestar tiene que ver con nuestras expectativas de competir y triunfar.
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Mi columna de esta semana en El Dínamo.
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Los que han visto por ahí la noticia de las ratas que comparten información por internet, aquí les dejo el paper: http://www.nature.com/srep/2013/130228/srep01319/pdf/srep01319.pdf
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Ya sorprendió cuando supimos que a los 2 meses las guaguas eran capaces de extraer algunas reglas gramaticales. Desayúnese con este paper en que nos muestran que las guaguas de 28 semanas de gestación, que ni siquiera han terminado de formar todas las capas de las cortezas cerebrales implicadas, ya son capaces de distinguir tono y articulación de sílabas. ¡28 semanas!
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Is syllables knowledge innate?
In a recent study, babies born as early as 28 weeks (full term is 37 weeks) had their brains scanned using bedside functional optical imaging, while sounds (soft voices) were played for them. Results show that even at a time when the brain hasn't fully developed, infants distinguish female vs. male voices, and the syllables "ba" and "ga". The same parts of the brain were used by the infants to process sounds as adults. This data suggest that linguistic connections in the brain develop before birth and that some abilities are innate
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