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New research shows that how a parent responds to an infant's babbling can speed up the child's language development. Photo Illustration by Tim Schoon.
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Parents who try to understand their baby's babbling let their infants know they can communicate, which leads to children forming complex sounds and using language more quickly. That’s according to a new study by the University of Iowa and Indiana University. Story
 

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President Mason met with media to discuss enrollment, outcomes, research and student safety
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Discusses flood recovery, student scholarships, and research
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UI mascot Herky on stage with fireworks in the background
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On Iowa! welcomes the Class of 2018
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“Arrested Development” actor Jeffrey Tambor will speak at the University of Iowa on Aug. 28.
“Arrested Development” actor Jeffrey Tambor will speak at the University of Iowa on Aug. 28.
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'Arrested Development' actor Jeffrey Tambor first on the schedule

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