Science: Baby's Eyes Watch Us
In addition, the study indicates that by the age of 14 months infants become sensitive to things that may obstruct another person's view. The infants were more likely to look at an object when a person was wearing a headband rather than a blindfold that blocked the person's view. "Our work shows children are clued into the social world and are taking into account what other people are perceiving," Brooks said. "They are not off on their own, but are solving puzzles with the help of others. They are noting subtle differences and modifying their behaviour."
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