Babies Recognize Emotions at 27 Weeks Old

Did you know?

Research has shown that infants as young as 27 weeks old begin to recognize facial expressions of emotion.

A series of studies have shown that babies between the ages of 5 to 7 months recognize facial expressions of happiness, sadness, fear and surprise.

How well can your child recognize emotions? You may be surprised.

Test their ability to read certain emotions, by having them take this fun, free game here

One response to “Babies Recognize Emotions at 27 Weeks Old”

  1. Ian Trudel says:

    Is the baby an addition to the Matsumoto family? ;))

    Ian.

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