Little ears are listening: How babies learn to talk before they’re even born

This article is packed with fantastic research from the MARCS Institute in Sydney, Australia. It is vital to study the first developmental steps in all areas of life, but possibly it is most important with complex language, the skill that is specific to humans and is the basis of connecting, communicating and understanding each other.

“I think it’s really important to study how infants learn language because it’s so important to life. I mean can you imagine a world without language? It really is the window to learning everything about the world. From bonding with other people to developing friendships, to sharing and learning in life. It’s so important.”

Enjoy this great article and a link to a 20-minute podcast on baby and language development.

Read more here 

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