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Discrimination of sea-bird sounds vs. garden-bird songs : do Scottish and German-Saxon infants show the same preferential looking behaviour as adults?

Discrimination of sea-bird sounds vs. garden-bird songs : do Scottish and German-Saxon infants show the same preferential looking behaviour as adults?

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LANGE-KÜTTNER, Christiane, 2010. Discrimination of sea-bird sounds vs. garden-bird songs : do Scottish and German-Saxon infants show the same preferential looking behaviour as adults?. In: European Journal of Developmental Psychology. 7(5), pp. 578-602. Available under: doi: 10.1080/17405620902937531

@article{LangeKuttner2010Discr-11202, title={Discrimination of sea-bird sounds vs. garden-bird songs : do Scottish and German-Saxon infants show the same preferential looking behaviour as adults?}, year={2010}, doi={10.1080/17405620902937531}, number={5}, volume={7}, journal={European Journal of Developmental Psychology}, pages={578--602}, author={Lange-Küttner, Christiane} }

2010 Discrimination of sea-bird sounds vs. garden-bird songs : do Scottish and German-Saxon infants show the same preferential looking behaviour as adults? eng First publ. in: European Journal of Developmental Psychology ; 7 (2010), 5. - S. 578-602 Lange-Küttner, Christiane application/pdf Lange-Küttner, Christiane Birdsong and human speech share some genetic origins (Haesler, Rochefort, Georgi, Licznerski, Osten, & Scharff, 2007; Vargha-Khadem, Gadian, Copp, & Mishkin, 2005). In two studies (N = 67 infants and N = 28 adults) in Scotland (UK) and Saxony (Germany), perceptual discrimination of innate, repetitive, lower frequency sea-bird sounds vs. learned, melodic, higher frequency garden-bird songs was tested in infants in their first year as well as in adults, using the conditioned head-turn procedure (CHTP; e.g., Jusczyk, Friederici, Wessels, Svernkerud, & Jusczyk, 1993). Infants and adults reliably distinguished between the two types of sounds. Independently of environment, infants paid more attention to sea-bird sounds than to garden-bird songs, while adults showed the reverse preference. Further analysis revealed additional insights into the underlying processes. deposit-license 2011-03-25T09:26:19Z

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