Differences in cognitive development for children who can hear and those who are deaf begin early in life, according to research by The Ohio State University College of Medicine.
For a while now, researchers have analyzed the differences in cognitive skills for preschoolers who can hear and those who have impaired hearing. The new study attempts to pinpoint when those differences first take place. And, according to the observations, it starts during infancy.
The study is a first-of-its-kind, and compares visual processing skills in infants who are deaf and those who can hear. The findings suggest it…
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