Prevalence of child-directed speech among the Tsimané: Time allocation

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Description: Linguistic experiences in the first years of life are thought to be major contributors to native language processing in individuals. It is therefore crucial to describe those early linguistic experiences in a wide range of human cultures. In this paper, we present empirical evidence from systematic day-time behavioral observations among Tsimane forager-horticulturalists of lowland Bolivia, allowing a first estimation of how frequently children in this community are spoken to, and who talks to them most.

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