Andy’s Quick Hits (160): Lockdown helped children’s language development!

A study (two actually) just out has investigated the effects of social isolation on development of infants between 8 and 36 months of age. This study was led by an international consortium of researchers across 13 countries and included 2’200 infants. Specifically, one study looked at the effect of lockdown-related activities on language development and a second…

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