Human Infant Brains Respond to Lemur Calls

Human Infant Brains Respond to Lemur Calls

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Human Infant Brains Respond to Lemur Calls

Infant children are attuned to the voice of their parents, but a new study shows that genetic instinct might also make them uniquely responsive to some animal calls too

Infant children are attuned to the voice of their parents, but a new study shows that genetic instinct might also make them uniquely responsive to some animal calls too.
Researchers from Northwestern University have found that human infants respond uniquely to lemur calls for the first few months of their life.

For the study, a group of 3 to 6 months old infants were shown images while being played the sound of either a human, a lemur, an artificial sound, or human voices played backwards.

Professor of cognitive psychology at Northwestern University and co-author of the study San...

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