Chapter 5, Communication Matters, is the concluding chapter in our Born to Communicate Series. This series was developed under the leadership of Dr. Janet Werker, UBC Infant Studies Centre. You can hear from Janet and other leading researchers, such as Dr. Tom Boyce, Dr. Nils Bergman, Lillian May as well as from Psychiatrist Dr. Carolyn Steinberg. View the video here.
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