The cerebellum or little brain is behind the brainstem and below the occipital lobe of the cerebrum in humans its purposes include the coordination of fine sensorimotor tasks and it may be involved in some cognitive functions such as language human cerebellar cortex is finely convoluted much more so than cerebral cortex. The brain is the part of the body which lets animals make sense of things it gets input from sense organs and changes behavior in response to this information in humans the brain also controls our use of language and is capable of abstract thought the brain is the main control centre of the whole body the brain is made up of a special type of cells. If we want to know where our capability for complex language came from we need to look at how our brains are different from other animals this relates to more than just brain size it is important what other things our brains can do and when and why they evolved that way and for this there are very few physical clues artefacts left by our . The origin of language spoken and signed as well as language related technological systems such as writing its relationship with human evolution and its consequences have been a centuries long subject of study for the human race the topic is difficult to study because of the lack of direct evidence consequently scholars wishing to study the origins of language must draw inferences
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