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Brain Research on Language Acquisition

Toddler brain scan gives language insight

BBC Health Website

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"The brain has a critical window for language development between the ages of two and four, brain scans suggest.

Environmental influences have their biggest impact before the age of four, as the brain's wiring develops to process new words, say UK and US scientists.

The research in The Journal of Neuroscience suggests disorders causing language delay should be tackled early.

It also explains why young children are good at learning two languages."

By Helen Briggs
BBC News

 
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