Manual Activity and Onset of First Words in Babies Exposed and Not Exposed to Baby Signing

@article{Seal2014ManualAA,
  title={Manual Activity and Onset of First Words in Babies Exposed and Not Exposed to Baby Signing},
  author={B. Seal and Brenda C. Rory A. DePaolis},
  journal={Sign Language Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={14},
  pages={444 - 465}
}
  • B. Seal, Brenda C. Rory A. DePaolis
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • Sign Language Studies
  • Support for baby signing (BS) with hearing infants tends to converge toward three camps or positions. Those who advocate BS to advance infant language, literacy, behavioral, and cognitive development rely heavily on anecdotal evidence and social media to support their claims. Those who advocate BS as an introduction to another language, such as American Sign Language (ASL), advocate early bilingual language learning. A third group warns against BS, emphasizing that it competes for attention… CONTINUE READING

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