Babies Need to Hear Talk – Video Collection
Even before they can talk, babies need to hear talk. Talking to babies has an impact on their language development.
Have you ever talked to a baby in a higher pitch at a slower speed using exaggerated intonation? Then you were speaking ‘parentese’. Research was conducted to see if parents could be coached in this behaviour.
New research demonstrates that the benefits continue even after the coaching is completed.
What’s happening in babies’ brains when they hear parentese?
What can we expect as baby babble develops into speech?
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