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Newborn Eye Movement Predicts Childhood Behavior Problems

It may look like newborns are doing nothing except warming the hearts of their parents. But babies who are just days old may actually be giving clues to their behavior as young children by the way they move their eyes. A new study by European researchers found that newborn eye movements may predict behavior in childhood. Over the course of eight years, British and Italian researchers studied the attention span of 180 babies between the ages of one and four days old in northern...

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