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According to the latest research, infants' brains lay the foundations needed to speak well before they can pronounce the first words.The researchers looked at infants aged 7-12 months and found that they were caused by livestock speech stimulates those areas of the brainwhich coordinate and plan the motor movements required for speech. "The majority of infants are 7 days old, but the first child is usually pronounced only after the first day of their birth in the Academy" - Explained study author, Patricia Kuhl, a researcher at Washington University in Seattle. "It is very important that we detect activity in the motor brain areas of infants while listening to speech, because it means that their brain is ready to respond from the start and suggests that every 7 proper movements for pronunciation of words. "
Just before the first words, babies are able to speakThe experiment is 57 infant brain function have been tested using brain-made techniques that are completely safe for babies. The results emphasize the importance of talking to the baby before they start speaking.