Babies Can Detect Language Differences, University of Auckland Study

Published: Jan 07, 2014

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Babies can detect language differences - understanding that people who speak different languages use words differently. In a recent study at the University of Auckland, infants noticed that speakers did not share a language and did not generalise the rules of one language to another.

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