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Infant Categorization

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Dr. Susan Hespos presents a series of case studies that examine how infants categorize objects. She shows that labels, sounds, and non-native speech can affect categorization in children as young as 3 months old. As children age, they narrow the range of sounds that they perceive as valid labels.

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