A York University study about infants reading and interpreting the intentions of adults as early as six or nine months has caused considerable stir in the media. The study, published in the journal Infancy, suggests that six-month-olds know when someone is teasing or manipulating them. But they also understand if someone is trying to help, but can’t because of factors beyond the adult’s control.
- Toronto Star at ParentCentral.ca on Feb. 8.
- The Kingston-Whig Standard on Feb. 11.
- The Barrie Examiner on Feb. 10.
- The Times of India on Feb. 10.
- The Toronto Sun on Feb. 10.
- Canoe.ca on Feb. 8.
- CFRB’s “Live Drive With John Tory”
- CKEM-TV’s “Breakfast Television” in Edmonton on Feb. 9
- CJOB-AM’s “Adler On Line” in Winnipeg on Feb. 8.
Edited by Elizabeth Monier-Williams, research communications officer, with files from YFile – York University’s daily e-bulletin.