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Television Interviews

Feb 7, 2015

How much do babies understand about relationships? Fox News Channel


News Coverage (print & online news & magazines)

February, 2015

Babies Can Follow Complex Social Situations, Psychological Science Press

Babies understand more than we think about right and wrong Sciguru

The Toddlers Are on to You, Pacific Standard

Babies Know What’s Up, New York Magazine

한살배기도 나쁜 행동 보면 다 안다, Yonhap News (South Korea)

Babies Understand Friendship, Meanies and Bystanders, LiveScience

Are babies more intelligent than we think? Infants aware of complex relationships and understand friendship and bullying even when they are just 13 MONTHS old, DailyMail (UK)

Babies Can Identify Complex Social Situations and React Accordingly, MU News Bureau


Spring/Summer, 2015

Little Intellects, Illumination magazine