Infants learn to distinguish between races

Exposing infants to pictures of people of different races can reduce difficulty in recognising and discriminating between other-race groups later in life, according to a University of Queensland study. This could go some way to stopping the trend which leads many caucasian people to have trouble discriminating between Chinese faces, and vice-versa.

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