Infant attention to rate of infant directed speech in the context of varying levels of visual stimulation

Past research has found that infants between 1- and 4-months of age prefer extremely slow infant-directed (ID) speech to normal ID speech. Given that previous studies have paired the speech with a visual display, it was thought that perhaps the characteristics of the visual display affected infant p...

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Main Author: Cooper, Jamie S.
Other Authors: Psychology
Format: Others
Published: Virginia Tech 2011
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