Sunday, September 02, 2007

Babies develop magic of imagination by age 2

If someone tells you a friend got her nose pierced, you can visualize the new look and incorporate the information into your thinking and expectations. Young infants can't imagine such things. Their thinking, instead, is based highly on what's in front of them, what they can see. So when do children gain this ability to visualize things based on what they've been told? More...

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