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Babies have advanced facial recognition

Babies respond to faces virtually the same way adults do, even though their visual systems are still developing.

Researchers found this occurs as early as four months. The results fit with the major role human faces play in infant development.

The research may have significance for neurological and neurodevelopmental conditions causing lifelong struggles with facial recognition.

Read more at Stanford University

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