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AbstractSleep physiology changes across development from infancy to adulthood. Sleep and language-learning also change during development and into adulthood. This literature review identified several important correlations between quality of sleep and development. Sleep disruption can detrimentally affect language learning for all individuals. However, atypically developing individuals who have intellectual disabilities face distinctive challenges that sleep issues may further affect.
Degree ProgramHonors College
Neuroscience and Cognitive Science