How Music May Make Babies Team Players

The New York Times:

Moving with a partner to the musical beat may make people more cooperative — even babies as young as 14 months.

Researchers worked with 48 toddlers, each held by an assistant and gently bounced for about two minutes to the rhythm of the Beatles’ version of “Twist and Shout.” They faced an experimenter who  bounced in the same rhythm or off the beat.

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