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• Updated
01 April 2020
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How do babies learn to speak?

At the Babylab (Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique), researchers are studying the mechanisms underlying learning from birth to age 5. To do so, they observe children as they play or watch short films adapted to their age and arousing their interest. They then analyse their behaviour, eye movement or brain activity to understand how these complex abilities develop.

Discover, in a report broadcast by CNRS Le Journal in partnership with LeMonde.fr, the experimental protocols used to better understand the brains of very young children.

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Babylab's website
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