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What the [beep]? Infants link new communicative signals to meaning

By November 2, 2015 No Comments

Researchers have long known that adults can flexibly find new ways to communicate, for example, using smoke signals or Morse code to communicate at a distance, but a new study is the first to show that this same communicative flexibility is evident even in 6-month-olds.

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