Saturday, November 7, 2009

German scientists discover that the baby's crying is a language.

Quand ils crient, les bébés français ont la voix qui monte, tandis que les allemands vont de l'aigu vers le grave, selon une étude publiée par une équipe franco-allemande.
Le Monde:http://www.lemonde.fr/planete/article/2009/11/07/les-bebes-crient-dans-leur-langue-maternelle_1264250_3244.html
When they cry, babies have the French voice rising, while the Germans are keen to serious, according to a study published by a Franco-German."The reason is probably the differences in intonation languages, which are felt in the womb and later reproduced", Said in a statement theMax-Planck Institute"Hearing is the first sensory system that develops" in fetuses, who are attentive listeners during the last third of pregnancy, according Angela Friederici, One of the authors of the study published in Current Biology.
Quand ils crient, les bébés français ont la voix qui monte, tandis que les allemands vont de l'aigu vers le grave, selon une étude publiée par une équipe franco-allemande
Cuando lloran, los bebés tienen la voz de Francia en aumento, mientras que los alemanes están dispuestos a grave, según un estudio franco-aleman dado a la publoicidad."El oído es el sistema sensorial primero que se desarrolla" en los fetos, que son oyentes atentos durante el último tercio del embarazo, de acuerdo Angela Friederici, Uno de los autores del estudio publicado en Current Biology.
Listen recorded babies in the, oigan la grabacion de los bebes estudiados en la BBC, click here, pulse aqui:http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/8346058.stm.
Deutsch Wissenschaftler feststellen, dass das Baby schreit eine Sprache.
Des chercheurs allemands découvrent que le bébé pleure est un langage.
जर्मनी के वैज्ञानिकों ने पता चलता है कि बच्चे के रोने एक भाषा है.
德國科學家發現,嬰兒的啼哭是一種語言。

Cientificos de Alemania descubren que el llanto del bebe es un lenguaje.Comentario:Ref: "BBC MUNDO"


"Current Biology". (Magazine.)
3 November, 2009Volume 19, Issue 20pp. 1683-1776
Comment:
Allways, pediatricians around the world have paid special attention to the baby crying and gynecologist to the family environment and emotional stability of the pregnant woman, but because in the western world judechristian philosophy has ruled the moral that the fetus has no awareness which was established in the first half of the book "Essays on Human Understanding" by the English phicisian and philosopher John Locke, to date had not expressed much attention to the problem, even the as legal issue so many countries still do not address the rights of the fetus, the pregnant woman and the child but in practice,sometime, ethical and moral grounds this three legal juridical persons are protected under the guise of defenssenless but not legal in nature itself. The fact that in Germany have discovered a form of consciousness of the fetus in terms of their social environment around three months before birth is a developing line of research australiano-American scientist Dr. John Money that sent me years ago by US mail his thesis on fetal forms of consciousness after six months in the womb of the mother on the basis of an investigation into Sicohormonals Research Center in Maryland, "Johns Hospkins, now confirmed in Germany with more certainty what we already knew: the programming linguistic. so a child born based on "Sexofia" a new science proposed by my dear friend Dr. John Money, today more alive than ever inside the latest scientific research around the world.Gualterio Nunez Estrada, Sarasota, Florida, 34233.

[Photo of John Money by Jose Villarrubia]
John William Money, Ph.D.(1921-2006), sex researcher, pediatric psycho-endocrinologist and co-founder of the Gender Identity Clinic at Johns Hopkins, defined the concepts of gender role and identity.
John Money (8 July 1921 - 7 July 2006) was internationally known for his work in psychoendocrinology and developmental sexology. Born in Morrinsville, New Zealand, Money emigrated to the U.S. in 1947 and received his PhD in 1952 from Harvard University. In 1966, Dr. Money founded the Gender Identity Clinic at Johns Hopkins University and started an extensive research program on the psychohormonal treatment of paraphilias and on sex reassignment. John Money formulated, defined and coined the term "gender role," and later expanded it to gender-identity/role (G-I/R). In 1961, he proposed the hypothesis that androgen is the libido hormone for both sexes.
Extending his research from the clinic to clinical history, Dr. Money wrote about the 18th century origins and present consequences of antisexualism in The Destroying Angel: Sex, Fitness, and Food in the Legacy of Degeneracy Theory, Graham Crackers, Kellogg's Corn Flakes, and American Health History (1985). Venuses Penuses: Sexology, Sexosophy, and Exigency Theory (1986) is an anthology of his theoretically significant writings. His publications also cover the philosophy and methodology of science in the practice of clinical psychoendocrinology and sexology, including Unspeakable Monsters in All Our Lives: The Complete Interviewer and Clinical Biographer, Exigency Theory and Sexology, and many other monographs


Toda la vida los pediatras del mundo entero le han prestado especial atencion al llanto del bebe y los ginecologos al ambiente familiar y la estabilidad emocional de la mujer embarazada, pero, debido a que en la filosofia judecristiana del mundo occidental ha regido la moral de que el feto no tiene ningun nivel de conciencia lo cual fue establecido en la primera mitad del libro "Ensayos sobre el Entendimiento Humano" del medico y filosofo ingles Jhon Locke, hasta el presente no se habia expresado demasiada atencion al problema, incluso, el ordenamiento juridico de numerosos paises aun no contemplan los derechos del feto, la mujer embarazada y el nino aunque en la practica, por razones eticas y morales protegen estas tres personas juridicas bajo la figura de idefension pero no por su naturaleza legal en si.El hecho de que se haya descubierto en Alemania una forma de conciencia del feto en cuanto a su medio social alrededor de tres meses antes de nacer es un desarrollo de la linea de investigacion del cientifico auystraliano-norteamericano Dr. Jhon Money que hace anos me envio por correo sus tesis sobre formas de conciencia del feto a partir de los seis meses sobre la base de una investigacion en el Centro de Investigaciones Sicohormonales de Maryland, "Johns Hospkins", ahora se confirma en Alemania con mas certidumbre lo que ya sabiamos: la programacion linguistica conque nace un nino base de la Sexofia, una nueva ciencia que propuso mi querido amigo Dr. Jhon Money, hoy mas vivo que nunca.. (Ref: Thesis data base of the "Sichormonal Research Unit",Maryland Johns Hopskins, actualy transfered to "Jhon Money Library "
The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, )


Center for Prespeech Development and Developmental Disorders, Department of Orthodontics, University of Würzburg, 97070 Würzburg, Germany2Max-Planck-Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, 04103 Leipzig, Germany
3Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique, Ecole Normale Supérieure/CNRS, 75005 Paris, France

Link:http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6VRT-4XMC7T8-2&_user=10&_rdoc=1&_fmt=&_orig=search&_sort=d&_docanchor=&view=c&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=10&md5=b3754e8ff8b2c541e3a938046f2d8215
Human fetuses are able to memorize auditory stimuli from the external world by the last trimester of pregnancy, with a particular sensitivity to melody contour in both music and language [1], [2] and [3]. Newborns prefer their mother's voice over other voices [4], [5], [6], [7] and [8] and perceive the emotional content of messages conveyed via intonation contours in maternal speech (“motherese”) [9]. Their perceptual preference for the surrounding language [10], [11] and [12] and their ability to distinguish between prosodically different languages [13], [14] and [15] and pitch changes [16] are based on prosodic information, primarily melody. Adult-like processing of pitch intervals allows newborns to appreciate musical melodies and emotional and linguistic prosody [17]. Although prenatal exposure to native-language prosody influences newborns' perception, the surrounding language affects sound production apparently much later [18]. Here, we analyzed the crying patterns of 30 French and 30 German newborns with respect to their melody and intensity contours. The French group preferentially produced cries with a rising melody contour, whereas the German group preferentially produced falling contours. The data show an influence of the surrounding speech prosody on newborns' cry melody, possibly via vocal learning based on biological predispositions.

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