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The linguistic relativity hypothesis holds that:



A. Different languages use different grammatical constructions
B. Language shapes the nature of thought
C. Different areas of the brain are used when native speakers of a language (versus non-native speakers) communicate
D. Language is primarily a mental activity, unrelated to brain activity

This question is part of Chapter 7: Language and thought
Asked by Vladimir_spach, Last updated: Jul 24, 2018

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Answered on Apr 28, 2018

Language shapes the nature of thought

The linguistic relativity hypothesis asserts that language shapes the nature of thought, although there is evidence that language can be affected without impacting speech, and vice versa. ####
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