Researchers report two year old children with poor language skills fare worse that their peers at play and often fall behind socially.
A baby's repetitive babbling is influenced by the infant's ability to hear itself.
A new study reports wild bonobos communicate in a similar manner to human infants, using a high pitched call which requires context in order to be understood.
According to a new study, newborn babies are able to process language as young as two days old by utilizing similar processes to adults.
Researchers find language precursors by deciphering the sounds of babbler birds.
A new study reports children who received general anesthetic prior to the age of four had lower IQ, decreased gray matter density in posterior areas of the brain and diminished language comprehension.
According to a new study, analogical learning processes are present in prelinguistic babies.
A new study reports babies can be trained to recognize language-like sounds which can accelerate the development of brain maps critical to language acquisition.