Infants Link Language and Cognition, Whether the Language is Spoken or a Sign Language
[Source: Medical X-Press]
Sign language, like spoken language, supports infant cognitive development in hearing infants, according to a groundbreaking new study by Northwestern University researchers.
Cognitive developmental scientists from Northwestern University discovered that observing American Sign Language (ASL) promotes cognition in hearing infants who had never been exposed to a signed language.
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