Judith Danovitch

associate professor of psychological and brain sciences at the University of Louisville

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“Seeing a person's mouth is one thing that can contribute to understanding what a person is saying.

How will kids learn language skills when masks cover mouths? Focus on eyes, tone of voice, and emotions

“Seeing a person's mouth is one thing that can contribute to understanding what a person is saying.

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