The sophistication of understanding brain systems like visual and auditory has greatly advanced thanks to comparative mapping of brain circuits. For the neurobiology of language, however, such methods cannot be applied, and circuitries underlying language system(s) have not been mapped in comparable detail.
Recent methodological advances and the availability of large datasets from healthy participants and patients offer the possibility of mapping language in the brain in unprecedented detail.
In this special issue entitled "Language System(s)", we provide an avenue for capitalising on these technological advancements and novel conceptual directions to reflect on the relationship between brain structure and language function / linguistic processes.
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