Infants Pay More Attention to Native Language Cues, Reveals Marno’s Study

Hungarian Info Radio reports: From the moment of birth, human beings possess the capacity to distinguish between speakers of their native language and other languages. The study by Hanna Marno, postdoctoral fellow at CEU’s Social Mind Center reveals the great importance of cultural and linguistic similarity in how infants choose to direct their attention. For more, see http://www.freepressjournal.in/webspecial/infants-pay-more-attention-to-native-language-cues-study/948408