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Linguistics of Signed Languages Speech-like Cerebral Activity in profoundly deaf people processing signed languages: Implications for the neural basis of human language Sarah Korostoff January 24, 2011
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The Subjects All subjects went through extensive screening All deaf adults were healthy and deaf from birth All learned signed language from their deaf parents/relatives Signed language was their first language All adults completed high school No one had any cognitive deficit Each deaf and hearing adult were equally linguistically proficient in their native language
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Conditions-Deaf/Visual Adults Visual fixation point Nonsigns Lexical Signs Imitation Given signed nouns, they were asked to
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