Mother's response to baby babbling may boost language learning

08/28/2014 | Medical News Today

Infants whose mothers responded positively to their babbling saw more improvements in language development than those with less responsive mothers, according to a study in the journal Infancy. These babies "were using vocalizations in a communicative way, in a sense, because they learned they are communicative," study author Julie Gros-Louis said.

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