Babies prepare themselves to be picked up, study says

07/1/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Most babies aged 2 months to 4 months understood that they were about to be picked up when their mothers approached them with outstretched arms, according to a small study in the journal PLOS One. These babies remained still and stiff to make it easier for their parents to lift them up, researchers said.

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