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It has been also suggested that motherese is crucial for children to acquire the ability to ask questions.
It may be more than a coincidence that motherese emphasizes rhymes.
One cue that helps infants to learn language is often termed "motherese".
There's a method to the madness of "motherese": babies exposed to it learn language faster.
An example of a motherese utterance which doesn't use empty categories is in response to a child's request for a certain object.
Mother, I'd still rather do it myself: Some further non-effects of "motherese."
This suggests motherese is at least partly instinctive.
Another possible origin of music is motherese, the vocal-gestural communication between adults (usually mothers) and infants.
Babies, she said, "love to listen to motherese.
Regarding environment, motherese may stem from universals of the prenatal environment.
There are sound scientific reasons why we’re programmed to speak to our babies in exaggerated intonation pattern known as motherese.
Interestingly, infants actually prefer to listen to someone speaking in motherese than someone who speaks normally.
And baby talk — also known as "motherese" or "child-directed speech" — is not limited to humans.
The semantic relations encoded in 'Motherese' are generally limited to the restricted set of relations which the children themselves use.
For empty categories, this is a particularly interesting consideration, since, when children ask for a certain object, their guardians usually respond in "motherese".
The apparent universality of motherese could be explained either genetically or by universals of the human environment.
A genetic explanation for the vocabulary of motherese would have to be biological and evolutionary; no such explanation has yet been found.
The high-pitched sound of motherese gives it special acoustic qualities which may appeal to the infant (Goodluck 1991).
Both this and our irresistible tendency to speak in motherese has suggested that humans have a biological tendency to acquire language.
Consider for example the distinctive variety that used to be known as 'motherese'(now usually called 'caretaker register' or 'child-directed speech ').
This kind of evidence led many researchers to suggest that simplified input of the type found in 'Motherese' might be implicated in language learning.
Pet owners often use baby talk, scientifically known as "motherese," with both children and dogs, allowing canines and kids to receive similar social stimulation.
A baby's cry is a good example of "screechese," he says, while a mother's lullaby is the calming "motherese."
In terms of discourse characteristics, 'Motherese' contains a high frequency of self-repetitions and imitations of the child's language.
This may explain why people will unknowingly raise the pitch of their voice when talking to newborns (this voice change is called motherese).
I tell her every day not to baby talk or make words up.
We used baby talk to play our way through the fight.
By the time they are ready to go to school, most of the baby talk is gone.
In former times this would have been considered baby talk.
I was there only for a week and she used baby talk with me all the time.
Would I be caught dead doing all that baby talk with friends around?
My seven year old also does baby talk plus she makes up her own words.
Have you ever engaged in any kind of baby talk?
Any cat with a home knows the love words, the baby talk.
If the teacher spoke baby talk, then the students wouldn't be prepared.
Their child, who seemed to be about a year old, pointed at the photo and said something in baby talk that I couldn't understand.
Some children are almost full grown before they learn that the whole world doesn't speak baby talk.
Some educators say using baby talk does not help children's developing language skills.
He was talking baby talk and crying all over his suit.
Yes, well, all this mother, wife and baby talk has given me a headache.
He also does baby talk and crying throughout the cartoon.
Talking to babies in their own language - baby talk - may help them learn new words faster.
I can't take any more of the galloping and the baby talk.
She saw the reference to baby talk as a bonus, but not everyone agreed.
You just can't help talking baby talk to a baby.
Baby talk is more effective than regular speech in getting an infant's attention.
How long had the stuff been coming through in this inane baby talk?
And then it does just that … sans baby talk.
"Sometimes they'll even revert to baby talk, thinking that will get them the attention they need."
Baby talk, even in decorating, was not my parents' style.
Baby talk, also referred to as caretaker speech, infant-directed speech (IDS) or child-directed speech (CDS).