Two developmental psychologists/language experts offer parents a powerfully insightful guide to how infants - even while in the womb - begin to learn language.
In the ever-deepening field of developmental psychology, the ability to learn language - so inherent in humans - still fascinates from a scientific perspective. From more recent realizations, like that fetuses begin to grasp the most rudimentary parts of language while still in the womb, to more established knowledge concerning how a mother tongue is recognized by a young mind, Dr. Kathy Hirsch-Pasek and Dr. Roberta Golinkiff seek to expose you to the beauty of language, from the significance of babbling, to associations between symbols and sounds. Your guide through these intriguing discoveries is performer Kristin Dzuiba who brilliantly narrates this scientific study with excellent sense accessibility.
"This is a great book...an important addition to any parent's library" (T. Berry Brazelton)
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Technical, yet accessible.
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