Researchers Find Deaf Infants Have Stronger Gaze Skills

Researchers at the University of Washington’s Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences along with a language professor from the University of Texas at Austin, found that Deaf infants who are exposed to ASL demonstrate a stronger gaze following that plays a key role in communication and social-cognitive processes.

Jenny L. Singleton, linguistic professor at UT, is the co-author to a paper recently published in Developmental Science.

Read more HERE.

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