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Culturally, it is very different in how we raise, care for our babies, and even though the examinations are rather narrow, there is something that is the same all over the world: what the babies pay attention to.Anthropologists, psychologists and other researchers in developmental studies have been studying baby for decades, and how parenting patterns, the cultural environment, and society affect development. However, we often forget that the results obtained are based on a rather narrow sample - even though the differences between cultures are extremely large. Most of the research is focused on Western, industrialized, educated, democratic, well-off societies, that is, our image of development is one-sided.How do the babies communicate? Conversely, there may be areas where babies develop very similarly, regardless of the culture in which they grow up. "Tanya Broesch According to professor of psychology, communication could be one such area.Broesch worked for six years on an island on the island of Vanuatu, Tannan. Vanuatu was under both English and French rule, and the Tanians were in a special situation: some of the island's inhabitants were not colonized, meaning that the resulting laws (education, language, religion, etc.) did not come to them. Mikolaj Hernik among others, how the baby and carers communicate in traditional tannic communities. The babies were shown short video clips of adults talking to either another adult or an (invisible) baby. In the process, a special instrument was used to observe the movement of the baby's eyes and how they responded to what they had seen. It was found that tannic babies were more attentive to adult speech when speaking in "baby tongue", that is, they chose his words and used metacommunication tools as we spoke to the little ones. Comparison with other studies has shown that tannic babies follow the same signs and respond to adults as they do to other parts of the world. . According to experts, it is more like a baby's own voice training, so it is more attractive to the small number (that is, they are more attentive to it), and the adults have a clearer voice that enhances the baby's linguistic development. In contrast to adult communication between children, infant-directed speech is characterized by simpler grammar, longer pauses, greater affective transitions, distant facial expressions, and more varied vocabulary (via).You may also be interested in:
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