Infants raised in bilingual environments can distinguish unfamiliar languages

Ozzie Summerville |

Could early exposure to two native languages extend beyond the mother tongues? Psychologist Janet Werker shows that babies as young as four months old who are growing up bilingual possess the ability to distinguish between languages they’ve never heard based solely on facial cues.

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