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Before six months, chidren are able to discriminate all phonemes of all languages. However, from six months, children select only the sounds that are pertinent for their native language. In order to objectively examine this change, we study, thanks to heart rate recordings, phonemic discrimination abilities of 4 and 8 months-old babies presented with syllables from a VOT (Voice Onset Time) continuum.
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