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Fig S1 This is an alternate version of Figure 2 shown in rendered view. In 6-year-old children, activity within temporal cortices was found to increase over the course of listening to the speech streams for both artificial language conditions (U+S;A) as well as for the Random Syllables condition (R; B).

Fig S2 This is an alternate version of Figure 3 shown in rendered view. In 13-year-old children, activity within temporal cortices was found to increase over the course of listening to the speech streams for both artificial language conditions (U+S), but not for the stream of Random Syllables, similar to what was previously observed in adults.

Audio S1 Excerpt from the random syllables stream (containing no reliable cues to guide word segmentation).

Audio S2 Excerpt from the unstressed language stream (containing statistical cues to word boundaries).

Audio S3 Excerpt from the stressed language stream (containing statistical and prosodic cues to aid speech parsing).

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