Before birth, babies are able to recognize their mother’s voice. This is
because while in the womb, the brain of a baby is set up so as to learn
language. A recent research suggests that while still in the womb, the infant’s
brain learns speech patterns and language acquisition, and the only voice which
is heard often is the mother’s voice, and that is why infants are able to distinguish
it from the rest.
May 27th, 2015
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