_ They found, in both versions of the test, that the the six- to nine-month-old babies fixed their eyes more on the picture of whatever object was being named than on other objects.
This suggests that they understood the word being said to them.The babies held similar levels of comprehension up until about 14 months, when their understanding of language increased dramatically. No word on whether these tiny innocent babes can wrap their minds around more complicated concepts like: "What the f***king f**k!", usually an involuntary response when you drop stuff like bricks on your foot.
So you might still be safe on that kind of stuff until the one-year mark.
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