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Even young babies know who's boss

作者:甄枷燹    发布时间:2019-03-07 08:09:01    

IN MANY species, bigger is better. Birds puff up their plumage to appear larger than life, humans talk about the “big man” on campus. Now, it seems that children as young as 11 months use size as a cue to interpret social hierarchies. Lotte Thomsen at Harvard University and colleagues showed children between 11 and 16 months videos of a large and small block bumping into one another as they try to cross a path. Sometimes, the smaller block bows before its larger rival and at other times,

 

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