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RETRACTED: Do Deaf Children Delay in Their Executive Functioning Due to Their Delayed Language Abilities?

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The substantial portions of the text came from Figueras et al., " Executive Function and Language in Deaf Children ".

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Sipal, R. & Bayhan, P. (2011). RETRACTED: Do Deaf Children Delay in Their Executive Functioning Due to Their Delayed Language Abilities?. Psychology, 2, 737-742. doi: 10.4236/psych.2011.27113.

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