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Infants' brains attuned to baby talk and nursery rhymes - BBC News
 

Infants' brains attuned to baby talk and nursery rhymes - BBC News

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New research indicates that for brain connections to be properly formed in babies' brains, they need to feel safe, secure and loved.
 
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5 Dec 2016 - General
 
It is long believed that infants and parents speak to each other in a language that no one else understands. Well, I guess this is it. They speak in brainwaves! And only they can tune into each other's inner voices. Sounds pretty interesting. And...
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This is an interesting finding. It is an established fact that learning is evidenced by synaptogenesis. However, it is difficult to prove that personal connections or a nurturing environment is helpful to enhance learning. I have also encountered sim...
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Most of the parents think that if they are fighting, the one-year-old won't understand anything. However, this study shows that love, care and positive feelings received at this age play an important role in the development of the learning mechan...
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