Positive Parenting: Baby Gaze

Babies are like sponges, soaking up new words every day.

Now scientists have found a specific behavior that may predict how well they learn a new language.

As we show you in Positive Parenting with Michelle Dunaway, it’s all in the eyes.

A previous study conducted by this team revealed that babies from English-speaking households could learn Mandarin from live tutors, but not from video or audio recordings of Mandarin. This finding added to growing research that babies learn language best by interacting with people.

To learn more about the baby gaze, watch the video above.

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