Babies take 'better safe than sorry' stance with angry adults
from CBC News
Babies at 15 months of age make snap judgments when a stranger shows anger and they don't forget quickly, child psychologists find. Babies closely watch how people interact. Like adults, they can quickly form negative impressions. Now researchers at the University of Washington have tested more than 250 boys and girls aged 15 months to see how they react when exposed to an unfamiliar adult's anger.
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