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cooing


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The earliest identifiable stage in the development of infant vocalization, usually beginning at about three months and characterized by indeterminate vowel-like sounds, including phonemes not found in the language that the infant will eventually acquire. Cooing is eventually supplanted by babbling.

Subjects: Psychology.


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