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The common assumption is that primate calls are tightly tied to certain contexts and emotional states, whereas many human vocalisations are freed from this.
The recorder captured environmental sounds and the infants' vocalisations over two 16-hour periods -- at what would have been the 32nd and 36th weeks of pregnancy.
Howard further says, Eoe1/4EoStudying whale and dolphin vocalisations is a big part of what we, the Environment Society of Oman Whale and Dolphin Research Group (ESOWDRG), do.
The authors note that, given that 30% of households are thought to have televisions on all of the time, the results raise a question about how many opportunities of child and parent vocalisations are being displaced.
The acoustic structure of particular monkey vocalisations may be adaptively designed to attract young infants.
Tourette's syndrome (TS) is an inherited neurobehavioural disorder characterised by sudden, involuntary, repetitive muscle movements (motor tics) and vocalisations (vocal tics).
The other half, while paying as much attention to their offspring, could not synchronise their responses with vocalisations.
Le pic des vocalisations entendues est survenu a la fin septembre et debut octobre.
During the babbling stage babies still produce many gestures without combining them with vocalisations.
These data together clearly demonstrate a dissociation of the timing of women experiencing orgasm and making copulatory vocalisations and indicate that there is at least an element of these responses that are under conscious control, providing women with an opportunity to manipulate male behaviour to their advantage," the Daily Mail quoted the researchers as writing.