Babies Cry With an Accent, Study Finds

Think newborns just eat, sleep and wail the same way across the world? That's not so, according to a new study which found that babies cry with an accent within the first week of life. By recording cries of 60 babies born to French or German parents, researchers discovered that babies cry with the same "prosody" or melody used in their native language by the second day of life. French newborns in the study ended their cries with a lilt at the end typically heard in French. German babies,...Full Story
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