Uncovering the sound of ‘motherese,’ baby talk across languages

October 19, 2017
Photo of Casey Lew-Williams, Elise Piazza and Marius Cătălin Iordan

Around the world, mothers speak differently to their children than they do to other adults — and Princeton researchers have found a new way to quantify that vocal shift. Read more.

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