In lectures I often discuss the role of peer socialization on child development. This recent review in The Conversation caught my eye as it demonstrates that this occurs at a very young age. At the age of 5 months babies prefer to hear the sounds of other babies, even above their own care givers. This appears to play an instrumental role in language acquisition. To read the review click here.
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