A new study by Yale University's Infant Cognition Center, published in the journal Nature, shows that babies develop social skills at an early age, preferring to play with toys that were helpers over those that were hinderers. The Yale team has other preliminary research that shows similar responses even in 3-month-old children!

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published in the journal Nature, shows that babies
develop social skills at an early age, preferring to play
with toys that were helpers over those that were
hinderers. The Yale team has other preliminary
research that shows similar responses even in 3-
month-old children!application personal statement

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