Your baby — A tiny linguist
from The New Zealand Herald
Babies as young as 12 months can detect different languages, a new study at the University of Auckland has found. Jessica Scott and Dr Annette Henderson conducted the study on babies in 2011 at the university's Early Learning Lab and published last month in the journal Developmental Psychology. Dr Henderson, a senior psychology lecturer, said the study was the first evidence that infants noticed when speakers did not use the same language.
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