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We Use Words To Talk To Others, But Why Do We Need Them To Think To Ourselves?

“Rats in experiments solve mazes without the words ‘Remember that left turn.’ So why do human brains so often rely on language in order to reason and remember? [Research psychologist Charles] Fernyhough has an answer in mind.”
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