National Post Life & Wellness

Are babies born bullies? Not exactly. But they may understand the conceptA new UBC study suggests that infants as young as nine months respond to a puppet they prefer teasing a puppet they don’t like. Does that make a baby a bully? Maybe not, but the implications for studying social development are myriad.[Photo credit: 20th Century Fox]

Are babies born bullies? Not exactly. But they may understand the concept
A new UBC study suggests that infants as young as nine months respond to a puppet they prefer teasing a puppet they don’t like. Does that make a baby a bully? Maybe not, but the implications for studying social development are myriad.
[Photo credit: 20th Century Fox]

  1. khea7en reblogged this from npostlife
  2. tomiamto reblogged this from npostlife and added:
    Heading into your 3 year old patient’s room to start an IV and draw labs…
  3. kngwitheverything reblogged this from nationalpost
  4. jennaworldpeace reblogged this from nationalpost
  5. quatre-vingt-blazeit reblogged this from nationalpost
  6. spaceman-of-space reblogged this from nationalpost
  7. terenceinmonochrome reblogged this from nationalpost
  8. mente-fu reblogged this from nationalpost
  9. acciotumble reblogged this from nationalpost
  10. princess-lemonade reblogged this from nationalpost
  11. albertovama reblogged this from nationalpost
  12. sha-lalalalalalala reblogged this from klichito08
  13. littleshittomato reblogged this from nationalpost
  14. lunaticcity reblogged this from nationalpost
  15. newsandcoffee reblogged this from nationalpost
  16. gradstudentx reblogged this from nationalpost
  17. scholarly-rhythm reblogged this from nationalpost
  18. klichito08 reblogged this from nationalpost
  19. nadiareese reblogged this from nationalpost
  20. nationalpost reblogged this from npostlife
  21. npostlife posted this