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Researchers Find that Babies Eavesdrop on Their Mothers

Pastor Mark Buchanan tells the following story based on a science program from the Canadian Broadcasting Company called Quirks and Quarks.

[The host] was interviewing Dr. Kathleen Wermke, director of the Center for Pre-Speech Development and Developmental Disorders at the University of Wurzburg in Germany. She was flush with a new discovery. She'd recently published results from a research project comparing ...

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