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Infants Prefer Individuals Who Punish Those Not Like Themselves, Yale Researchers Find

March 12, 2013

image of a baby sitting in a high chair Infants as young as nine months old prefer individuals who punish those who are not like them, and this seemingly innate mean streak grows stronger in the next five months of life, a study by researchers at Yale University has found. Full Story

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