By Holly Lebowitz Rossi
October 12, 2011

Other research in this growing field shows that babies prefer languages that are rhythmically similar to the languages they "heard" while they were still in the womb.  Bilingual babies were also found to have "executive brain function"—higher vocabularies, logical problem-solving skills, and skilled multitasking--than babies who were raised in single-language families, the Times reported.

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