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Bár a legalapvetőbb hangjellemzők észlelt felbontása fiatal csecsemőknél messze elmarad a felnőttek hasonló képességeitől, a fejlettebb hangfeldolgozási funkciókat tekintve minőségileg nem különböznek tőlük. A csecsemők kompetens észlelők a hangok világában, hallási tárgyreprezentációkat alkotnak, és képesek kiemelni a beérkező hangok bonyolult belső összefüggéseit. Áttekintve a hangfeldolgozási képességek mintázatát fiatal csecsemőknél, a cikk amellett érvel, hogy e képességek jelentős része a hangokkal történő kommunikáció, azon belül is a dialógusok felépítésének és fenntartásának szolgálatában áll. Az emberi fejlődésben a szociális kommunikációnak kiemelt jelentősége van, mivel lehetővé teszi, hogy az élet kezdetén rövid idő alatt igen nagy mennyiségű kész tudást vehessünk át. Ez indokolja, hogy a fiatal csecsemők hallórendszere az első pillanattól kezdve készen áll az emberi tanulás e leghatékonyabb formájának támogatására.

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