Technology Inceptions: Powerful Robots Helps in Faster Detection of Bridge Defects  |  Teacher Insights: Are you susceptible to persuasion?   |  Science Innovations: Mushrooms to help fight TB  |  Management lessons: How to Create Cool Brands and Stay Cool  |  Health Monitor: Honey Helps Increase Testosterone Levels in Males  |  Parent Interventions: Women Oncologists Skip Scientific Conference to Take Care of Children  |  Career News: Chinmaya University-CPPR Announce MA in Public Policy and Governance Course  |  Parent Interventions: Electrical zap to retrieve memory  |  Science Innovations: Laura Kreidberg: Trying to Spot the First Sign of Life Outside Earth  |  Parent Interventions: Don't Let Children Drink Too Much Juice, Sugar Water With Little Nutrients  |  Technology Inceptions: Low-Cost Tissue Freezing Device to Help In Breast Cancer Treatment  |  Science Innovations: Exomoons May Become Quasi-planets  |  Science Innovations: Blue Tongue Lizard Babies As Clever as Adults  |  Parent Interventions: Quality Sleep for Teen Health   |  Technology Inceptions: MIT Develops Artificial 'Muscles' Based on Fibers  |  
  • Pallikkutam Magazine
  • Companion Magazine
  • Mentor
  • Smart Board
  • Pallikkutam Publications

July 28, 2017 Friday 12:22:49 PM IST

Baby observes and learns what we like

Parent Interventions

The baby we see with cute face, innocent smile and bright eyes in their mind they learns how others move, what they may do next.  They keep a close track of what they see as they are observing those things for the first time and when they see those moves again they recollect and understand what is happening.

When the baby learns a pattern or an action and if the same person does another action with similar outcome the baby will not be identify. The baby needs to see a consistent pattern so as to interact properly with others.

The study was conducted to find out how the babies react to a situation on how they react  to the selections people they see make and how the babies react when there is a change in the actions. The baby observes and registers the actions in the mind and they get confused when the same procedure does not give the expected outcome.