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Language percet lion in the newborn : Some observations. Initial state dispositions in the new-born infant allow him/her to perceive linguistically pertinent speech differences in a manner comparable to that of adults. The specificity of language processing based on the categorical perception of speech stimuli is questioned. Our studies are now oriented towards defining the status of the syllable as a perceptive unit in language. A further area of research is proposed, based on the study of thedoi:10.1051/rnd:19800511 fatcat:ib7xp322xbag5cicqa3fcihwyy