It only takes five generations of learners for a pantomime to become a stable sign.
In addition to hearing your voice, babies also rely on non-verbal communication to learn how to talk.
It sure seems like we focus a lot on math in school...so why do our kids lag behind?
Raspberries, kiss squeaks, and grumphs are all noises made by orangutans. Learn how orangutans communicate and use gestures.
They help us to communicate information more clearly, and they can make that information more memorable to our listeners.
Today on A Moment of Science, we discuss what babies learning to talk and birds have in common.
Point at a ball and a dog will look at the ball, whereas a cat will probably look at your hand. Dogs seem to have a ready understanding of how human beings direct attention by pointing, and can follow our gestures almost as if they thought the same way we do. Of course, dogs probably […]