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A new study indicates that human babies are born with an innate preference for certain sounds. That makes sense in the most common case--the voices of parents. It's in the baby's best interest to be engaged with those sounds! But what about non-human primates?
The study, carried out by researchers at Northwestern University, tested 72 infants between the ages of three and six months.
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