The first words of a baby are determined by visual acuities, so even the first word of a baby can be reassured, says a new study.
The first word of the child is predictableThe more times an object is placed in the baby's body, the faster it will associate the subject with the words you hear - says Linda Smith, a researcher at Indiana University. Linguistic difficulties and autism are, according to university psychologists New management options visual stimuli can be the key to 'catching' words on visual objects. The difficulty of learning is to visual processing difficulty can also give. Children who begin to speak may have slow processing abilities. In autistic children, object processing is also a problem. environment - the frequency with which objects appear in the library - and the verbal presentation of words. In children with speech disorder, there are fewer systems in the visual stimulior even in daily activity. Both words and visual stimuli can play a vital role in language learning. The result puts language learners in a whole new dimension. The study was published in the Royal Society Journal of Philosophical Transactions B.