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Children’s Brains Change As They Learn To Think About Others

Researchers have shown that activity in a certain region of the brain changes as children learn to reason about what other people might be thinking. At around the age of 4 or 5, children begin to think and reason about other people's thoughts and emotions; they start to develop a skill that scientists call "theory of mind"...

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