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Are humans born knowing that speech is special?
How do we learn that "fing" would make a better word in English than "ngif"?
If an object has many names is it harder to learn those names?
How does an infant make sense of the actions of others?

These are just a few of the many questions that interest us.

At the McGill Infant Development Centre, we explore how infants, toddlers, and adults learn language and understand the world.

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Click here to view photos of our students at the Undergraduate Research Poster Session 2007


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