The self-taught vocabulary of homesigning deaf children supports universal constraints on language

Different languages may seem different on an instinctual level—”hello,” for example, does not sound like “ni hao.” But the work of many psychological scientists suggests that the thousands of languages spoken throughout the world draw on many of the same fundamental linguistic abilities and reflect universal aspects of how humans categorize events.

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