University partnerships with the community are often depicted in terms of the many positive contributions that university professors and students can provide back to the surrounding neighborhoods and communities in terms of human and intellectual capital.
Why do people who interact with one another end up sounding similar to each other as well? For scholars of linguistics, such a deceptively simple observation unfolds into a theoretically rich examination of cognitive, physiological, and psycho-social mechanisms that may illuminate the very basis of human thought and behavior.
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