Do children with Tourette syndrome have an advantage at language?

Researchers in Newcastle recently found that children who had Tourette syndrome were faster at phonological processing than children without Tourette syndrome. The researchers wanted to examine potential strengths of the language-affected disorder, rather than studying the weaknesses, which is far more common. [Published on 09-29-2016]

Posted by Madeline Hamlin on October 13, 2016

Critical Period

+ Show more artifacts