UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior

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ChatterBaby, a mobile app developed at UCLA that analyzes the acoustics of a baby’s cry to identify it as fussy, hungry or painful, has been used in new research exploring the ‘mystery’ crying of colic.

The cause of colic – episodes when an otherwise healthy infant cries for three to four hours a day [...]

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