Five years from now when I look back at old notes from my first introductory psychology course, I think I'll remember when we discussed and learned about language and thought processes. I loved the readings about the way we interpret things and how language is psychologically universal. Although millions of languages exist across the world, I found it amazing how we can all accept the the six, and sometimes seven, different facial expressions without communicating a single word. Our thought processes to understanding different cultures and social norms fascinated me. As an individual who loves learning about the world, the psychology behind language will always be developing and in constant interpretation.