Despite a seeming interrelationship between language and intelligence, both of them are actually separate components. In Broca and Wernicke (1800s)’s double dissociation argument, the ability to generate language and the ability to understand it don’t depend on each other. 233 more words
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Picture it: 25 years ago, at the height of “grunge,” the surge of alternative rock, and the whimpering departure of hair-metal.
Eunice, Louisiana: A band of five teenagers, known as John Doe Disciple, performing a January concert in the warehouse of G&M Construction in downtown Eunice, raising money for two band-members’ senior trip—an event teeming with excited high-schoolers yearning for rock-music in a setting that won’t disallow the youthful. 590 more words