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27 May 2011

Babies can perform pure reasoning

Gibberish may come out of the mouths of babies, but their minds are able to form surprisingly sophisticated expectations about how events should unfold, a new study suggests.

Gibberish may come out of the mouths of babies, but their minds are able to form surprisingly sophisticated expectations about how events should unfold, a new study suggests.

The study is published in the journal Science.

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