London: Babies come into the world with brains capable of daydreaming and introspection.Researchers made the discovery after scanning the brains of 70 babies.It had been thought that `resting state networks`, which help us formulate daydreams, only develop properly in the first few years of life.
"However, most of the brain is probably engaged in activities of which we are completely unaware, and it is this complex background activity that we are detecting," Edwards said.The researchers found that the resting state networks mainly develop after 30 weeks - in the third trimester - and are largely complete by the time most babies are born. IANS
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