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Are we egocentric when we speak?

In a conversation, we often take into account the knowledge of the other person. You will probably talk differently, less technically, to your family about your work or studies than to your colleagues. But do we take others into account in every situation? And do some people do this more often than others?

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Finding the positives in every negative

“To be, or not to be?” Who among us a few months ago could have dreamed the famous fictitious ruminations of that great Dane would carve themselves into our collective realities. Negativity is inescapable in the face of a global pandemic, and in these times, the famous question itself becomes inescapable. From the responsible citizen agonizing over whether or not to attend a social gathering, to the doctors and nurses deciding who gets the last ventilator, and who does not.

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Zijn we egocentrische sprekers?

In een gesprek houd je vaak rekening met wat de ander weet. Zo praat je waarschijnlijk anders, simpeler, tegen je familie over je werk of studie, dan tegen je collega’s. Maar doen we dat in elke situatie? En doen sommige mensen dit vaker dan anderen?

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Children’s language ability is derived from their parents who are good at communication

There is growing evidence to support that early childhood experience influences a child’s language comprehension and production ability by shaping how his/her brain grows and develops. It is important to understand which aspects of childhood experience are critical for a child’s language development.

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