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  • May 30, 2011
  • 02:55 PM

Study finds small language gaps in children adopted from abroad

Eric Danek / The Canadian Press
MONTREAL — A new study suggests babies adopted from abroad may not be able to master language to the same level as Canadian-born babies. The study followed adopted Chinese-born babies and found that when they are compared against Canadian-born peers from similar households, the adopted children fared worse in language development.

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