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Regional Cerebral Blood Flow during Sign Language Perception. Jana, Eduard, Daniel and Mark. Overview. I. Introduction → Test related to deaf and hearing children II. Main Part → Subjects & methods III. Conclusion → Results. I. Introduction.

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Overview
Overview

  • I. Introduction

    → Test related to deaf and hearing children

  • II. Main Part

    → Subjects & methods

  • III. Conclusion

    → Results


I introduction
I. Introduction

  • 1. Differences between sign and spoken language

    • Bla bla bla…………

      2. Effects on brain

    • Blub Blub Blub

      3. Varieties concerning language acquisition

      - Blang Blang Blang


Ii main part
II. Main Part

  • 1. Deaf group vs. hearing group

    • Bling Bling Bling

      2. Experiment

    • Shizzle Fizzle Dizzle My Nizzle

      2.1 Deaf man recorded on camera while signing

    • Booyakasha-Hummer

      2.2 Activation: During rest vs. during sign language

    • Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles Shredder What‘s up?


Iii conclusion
III. Conclusion

  • 1. Results

    On account of this extraordinary experiment, we are now fully capable of analyzing and interpreting the overall effects of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow during Sign Language Perception