Why infants pay more attention to people who speak their native language

Monday, October 17, 2016 - 19:31 in Psychology & Sociology

As anyone who’s tried to befriend a baby knows, the very young are a tough crowd. In response to your solicitous babble, a baby might lock eyes with you. Just as likely, though, she’ll stare insistently into an empty distance, spit up, or dispatch you with a wail of protest. New research suggests...

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