Welcome to your brain on writing. The podcast where we unpack the experience of reading and writing and try to understand what it does to our brains.
This podcast was produced by Professor Inger Mewburn from The Australian National University and Associate Professor Paul Magee from the University of Canberra. Paul and Inger write books and teach writing. They also share a fascination with way words on a page can become images in our minds, or ideas in our hearts.
This podcast series was made with the assistance of undergraduate student interns from the Centre for Public Awareness of Science at the Australian National University.
This episode is about that little voice you hear inside your head when you read, and maybe when you write. Why is reading silently more like listening to yourself talk? What is inner speech for and why is it important? This episode was researched, written and narrated by Rosie Goggs and contains interview segments from inner speech researchers Ben Alderson-Day and Charles Fernyhough.
The next episode in this series will be about that little voice inside your head that you ‘hear’ when you read. You might be surprised to learn how useful it can be.
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