“Newborns can discriminate between spoken languages that fall into different rhythmic categories (for example, English compared to Japanese) By as early as 2 months of age, infants can detect tempo changes and discriminate between different musical rhythm patterns”

Newborns can discriminate between spoken languages that fall into different rhythmic categories (for example, English compared to Japanese)
 
By as early as 2 months of age, infants can detect tempo changes
 
and discriminate between different musical rhythm patterns”

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