Bilingual babies’ vocabulary linked to early brain differentiation

Ozzie Summerville |

Language exposure during infancy exercises the brain in an incomparable way. But as early as eight months of age, babies are already losing the ability to distinguish sounds from a foreign language. A brain activity study illustrates how early exposure to language predicts word learning ability.

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