Are Babies Smarter Than We Thought?

Surprised Baby scratching head on white background

Professor Regina Gazes ’04, psychology and the Animal Behavior Program, is a co-author of a new recently published paper, detailing a study that suggests that babies have logical reasoning before the age of one. Previously, it was thought that children do not possess this skill until ages four or five. Prof. Gazes helped design the non-verbal experiment, which included puppets. Read more about the study here.

Here is another media report about the study.

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