For years, researchers have recognized the connection between language and the brain. Damage to one portion of the brain, Broca's Area, will cause a person to lose the ability to express themselves in clear grammatical sentences, though that person's understanding of vocabulary and syntax remains intact. As Howard Gardner notes, even young children and deaf individuals will begin to develop their own unique language when they are not offered an alternative. A person's ability to construct and comprehend language may vary, but as a cognitive trait it is still universal.
What is the the traditional view of intelligence?
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