A new study finds that babies read the lips of talking adults starting at around age 6 months and then switch to focusing on adults' eyes at age 1, when tots begin to talk. Here, an 8-month-old infant predominantly focuses on the mouth of a talking woman shown on a computer screen.
Credit: Florida Atlantic Univ.
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