Washington: Babies as young as five months old can understand each others` emotional signals, a new study has found.US researchers tested a baby`s ability to match emotional infant vocalisations with a paired infant facial expression."We found that 5 month old infants can match their peer`s positive and negative vocalisations with the appropriate facial expression," said Ross Flom, professor of psychology in Brigham Young University."This is the first study to show a matching ability with an infant this young. They are exposed to affect in a peer`s voice and face which is likely more familiar to them because it`s how they themselves convey or communicate positive and negative emotions," Flom said.
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