Infants can recognize human voices, emotions at 7 months

03/25/2010 | WBUR-FM (Boston)

Brain scans of 7-month-old infants show they can process human voices distinctly from other sounds and can differentiate among emotions expressed through vocal intonation. Researchers said specialized voice processing in the brain appears to develop somewhere between 4 and 7 months of age.

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