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Audio: Sample clip of the artificial, or nonsense, language Saffran uses in her studies (202K .wav file)


Caption: A TV monitor displays a video camera image of David Niergarth and his 9-mount-old son Harper in a sound-proof room during their volunteer participation in an infant auditory test study led by psychology professor Jenny Saffran at the Waisman Center Infant Learning Lab.
Photo by: Jeff Miller
Date: Feb. 2001
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Caption: Psychology professor Jenny Saffran stands in a sound-proof room and helps situate David Niergarth and his 9-month-old son Harper who have volunteered to particpate in an infant auditory test study at the Waisman Center Infant Learning Laboratory. The rooms is outfitted with a video camera and blinking lights on the walls at the left, right and center to signal where speaker sounds will come from.
Photo by: Jeff Miller
Date: Feb. 2001
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Caption: Psychology professor Jenny Saffran, left, talks with David Niergarth and his 9-month-old son Harper outside of colorfully-painted, sound-proof test rooms prior to their volunteer participation in an infant auditory test study at the Waisman Center Infant Learning Laboratory.
Photo by: Jeff Miller
Date: Feb. 2001
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Caption: Jenny Saffran, psychology professor and director of the Infant Learning Laboratory.
Photo by: Jeff Miller
Date: Feb. 2001
High-resolution 300 DPI JPEG

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