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A Peek into Fetal Memory

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posted on Aug, 26 2009 @ 01:45 PM
Mark Earley, 48, former Virginia Attorney. General and gubernatorial candidate, currently president of Prison Fellowship, provides a daily, one-minute commentary, which is featured on radio and at BreakPoint's blog.

25 August, 2009 there is avery interesting article about fetal memory.

It seems scientists have found that external stimuli, especially mother's voice, stories, singing, etc..., is not only remembered, but preferred over other's voices, new stories, etc...
And theres is more...

A team of medical researchers in the Netherlands combined sonogram technology with sound and vibration stimulation to discover that 30-week-old fetuses demonstrate short-term memory. By 34 weeks, these babies in utero are able to store and retrieve that information up to four weeks later, according to the study published in the medical journal Child Development.

This research follows on the heels of similar studies conducted to determine if a fetus can remember its mother’s voice. One such study had mothers read Dr. Seuss’ famous Cat in the Hat twice a day to their babies six weeks before birth.

Read the full article here,
you can click the one minute commentary hyperlink above for the MP3, or use the link on the article page.


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