Newborns Cry in Their Native Tongue
By CHARLES Q. CHOI
Condensed by Native Village
From their very first days, the cries of newborns already sound like the language their parents speak.
Scientists have learned that
with rising melody patterns
that increase in pitch
from beginning to the
end. German newborns,
however, prefer falling
melody patterns. Both findings
with differences between the
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