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言葉の始まりは置き去りにした子との会話?

2004年7月29日 【雑学なメモ
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Scientific American: Baby Talk Beginnings
She argues that hominid mothers therefore began putting their babies down beside them while gathering and processing food. To placate an infant distressed by this separation, mom would offer vocal, rather than physical, reassurance and continue her search for sustenance.

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Family words came first for early humans| New Scientist
One of a Neanderthal baby’s first words was probably “papa”, concludes one of the most comprehensive attempts to date to make out what the first human language was like.

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