Bird Brains Swap Regions for Baby Babbling, Adult Song

Thursday, May 1, 2008 - 17:07 in Psychology & Sociology

Zebra finches use a different part of the brain for random babbling than the one used to create adult calls, a find that could give new insight into how human infants learn to talk, a new study says.

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