Study: Newborns whose mother spoke in a mix of languages during pregnancy are more sensitive to a range of sound pitches


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It’s well established that babies in the womb hear and learn about speech, at least in the third trimester. For example, newborns have been shown to already prefer the voice of their mother, recognize a story that had been repeatedly told to them while in the womb, and tell apart their mother’s native language.

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