Fiveash said music rhythm was predictable and structured, so children could tell what was coming next.
“Language has rhythm as well, but it’s not as predictable, right? So the idea with these kinds of studies is that you can use this predictability of the rhythm to then, kind of, move over to the language domain,” she said.
“Music and language share some similar brain areas.”
Fiveash said that when children learn to speak, it could be difficult to tell when one word started and…
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