Study Finds Using Tools Increases Language Ability

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Yes, I am sure. They may sound like completely unrelated but other researchers have proposed that the origins of human language lie in making flints.

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Well, using tools, or in the case above forming flint, is a very refined conscious process. These can then be related to cognitive skills in…

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