Early Brain and Language Development in hearing babies of Deaf mothers





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Published on Dec 19, 2013

If a Deaf mother is signing while her baby is growing up, they will have a different language experience to babies whose mothers communicate through speech. We are starting a new project to find out how a baby's brain processes BSL and English.

Interested in being involved?

We are looking for deaf women who use BSL and either have a baby under 7 months or are pregnant. Please contact Evelyne Mercure or Laura Goldberg for more information

email: e.mercure@ucl.ac.uk + l.goldberg@ucl.ac.uk
skype: lauravgoldberg


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