Observing the Unexpected Enhances Infants' Learning and Exploration

Babies learn best when they encounter events that surprise them, according to research by Aimee E. Stahl and Lisa Feigenson of Johns Hopkins University. (Johns Hopkins University Office of Communications; Len Turner, Dave Schmelick and Deirdre Hammer) (1:52)

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