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      Episode 1: Neuroscientist Eino Partanen on how hearing develops

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      Get an insight into how your baby's hearing develops

      Does music help my baby learn? And how does the beginning of language learning start in the womb? Eino Partanen discusses these topics and gives practical advice to mums-to-be on creating an ‘auditory home’ in the womb.

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      Eino Partanen

      Cognitive neuroscientist with a PhD in Psychology, specialising in foetal and infant speech perception and auditory capabilities. He’s particularly interested in how this research can help preterm infants.

      Eino Partanen

      Episode 1: Eino Partanen on how hearing develops

      This in-depth interview with Eino Partanen provides insight into the latest thinking around how foetal hearing and memory might affect bonding and language development after birth.

      Last reviewed: 2nd September 2016

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