Children’s Language Development Doesn’t Just Happen Through Words
[Source: Medical X-Press]
Children learn to understand language and to speak largely independently of cognitive functions like spatial awareness, working (short-term) memory and perception (interpreting and organizing sensory impressions), according to established theory and tradition within linguistics.
Professor Mila Vulchanova heads NTNU’s language laboratory and conducts research on language learning. Her research findings over several years have challenged this linguistics assumption and demonstrated
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