Brain development: infancy to adulthood

IB Psychology: Brain development: infancy to adulthood

Newborn babies show some characteristics at birth that are universal in all human beings. They have inborn reflexes such as sucking and grasping, and they possess some basic visual and auditory abilities. They also seem to be prepared for social interaction with other humans. Modern research shows that a human baby responds to human faces from the very beginning. From early on, human babies can exchange sounds and non-verbal...


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