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January 23, 2017
Different Voices

Toddlers have a harder time adding a new word to their vocabulary when they only hear that word spoken by a single person — even if that person repeats it many times. When babies hear a new word spoken by a variety of different adults, they are more likely to remember it later — seemingly because they are hearing the same word, but spoken in different pitch, tone, and speed. This is an excellent excuse for having more people over, or for visiting others with your little one in tow!


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