Wisconsin Is In The Forefront Of Genetic Screening, So Infant’s Disorder Was Spotted And Treated. Patricia Simms, Wisconsin State Journal Reprinted by Permission Myles Tesky is an unlikely traveler on the frontier of genetic screening. …
How babies learn language is a question Jenny Saffran has spent the early part of her research career investigating.
In one of Chicago’s poorest neighborhoods, a little girl with pigtails and a denim jumper stands in front of a table and fingers the shape of wooden letters as she fits them into a puzzle.
During the last decade, many American families have opened their hearts and homes to children adopted from Eastern European orphanages.
You may not know it, but you took a course in linguistics as a baby.