Christine Moon

  1. Science

    Babies May Start Acquiring Language While Still in the Womb

    Expectant parents replacing respected epithets with things like "the F word" may want to start being more careful how they talk in front of  their children earlier than we've realized. That's according to a new study showing that at just a few hours old, babies' brains can tell the difference between the sounds mother's native language and one they haven't been exposed to. Those early processing differences show that that primitive language acquisition may begin while children are still in the womb.

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