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The Neural Organization of Signed Language: Aphasia and Neuroscience Evidence  

David P. Corina and Laurel A. Lawyer

Print publication date:
May 2019
Online publication date:
Mar 2019
Current understanding of the brain systems involved in language has been largely derived through the study of spoken languages. However, as naturally occurring manual-visual sign languages ... More

Sign Language Acquisition  

Richard P. Meier

This essay considers the acquisition of sign languages as first languages. Most deaf children are born to hearing parents, but a minority have deaf parents. Deaf children of deaf parents ... More

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