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Inside the mind of a baby

Inside the mind of a baby


How does a baby’s mind work? They may be small, but from their very first moments, human beings are always absorbing information. And while they may not learn to stand up until they’re roughly a year old, they start to learn language much sooner. But how does a baby learn a language? And what are the factors that affect their learning? A team of psycholinguists at Babylab is exploring this fascinating process.

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