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Babies Learn to Anticipate Touch in the Womb, Durham University and Lancaster University Study



10/8/2013 6:38:53 AM

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Babies learn how to anticipate touch while in the womb, according to new research by Durham and Lancaster universities. Using 4-d scans psychologists found, for the first time, that fetuses were able to predict, rather than react to, their own hand movements towards their mouths as they entered the later stages of gestation compared to earlier in a pregnancy.

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