We have shown that seven week old babies are already practicing "head-to-head" speech. That is, well before we say the first words. Another important result of the research: parents can develop babies in a targeted way,The end of his first life the little kids are starting to notice it, to grasp the human speech as adults do. From now on, their brains respond to familiar sounds - that is, their mother tongue - as a foreign language. Researchers report this in a peer-reviewed scientific journal PNAS. social interactions are important to them (Relative) Personally pronounced slow and intelligible speech helped the babies in language learning. Goodbye Before the First Words Pronounced - Speak German Focus Online.United University of Washington, Seattle Patricia Kuhl Guided research has investigated the activity of different brain areas in small children and adults from 7 to 12 months old. When they heard familiar and unfamiliar voices, they put their brain scanners in the same way as a rabbit hairdresser. At seven months old the auditory and linguistic areas of the brain, as well as motor areas responded to the sounds played. Motor domains are important in this regard because their activity suggests that children act "as if in practice" as if they were practicing specific words - the researcher did not speak the mother tongue and the foreign language at the same time. made a difference in the dolls. The difference in the activity of the different brain areas appeared only at the age of 11-12 months. From that time on, the baby's auditory brain areas responded more strongly to the mother tongue than to the foreign words. But motor areas were more active in the case of foreign languages.
Seven-month-old babies could practice speaking for as long as sevenResearchers suspect it is more difficult for children to visualize the movements these sounds make. Adults' brains respond similarly to foreign languages in a similar way. All of this, especially motor activity, also shows that the brains of young children start to answer early, even if you are just paying attention. There is great currency out there, and the brains of seven-week-olds also try to control oral language movements, meaning that the baby also tries to shape the sounds he or she hears. Parents' tongue was a little different, but it helped the little one model the movements needed to speak.