Can how a baby cries predict his or her future language skills?
According to a Japanese proverb: “A crying child thrives.” A recent study that examines the complexity of an infant’s cries in relation to his or her language development seems to offer a scientific basis for this folk wisdom. For babies whose cries exhibited complex melodies by the age of two months, the study, published in the The Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal says the probability of a …
The Google Effect And More ‘Rules’ The Internet Created
Who needs to stash away names and dates into our longterm memory when we have Google? And, guess what, that phenomenon has a name!
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