Baby Talk in Any Language

UConn researcher Nairán Ramírez-Esparza, assistant professor of psychology, has found that how you talk to children matters. Regardless of the language, speaking to infants in a high pitch voice while elongating vowels leads to them producing larger vocabularies when they are toddlers.

By: Elizabeth Caron | Courtesy of UConn Today

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