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Kids learn about the science of Sight and the Eye. The sense of vision and how it works.
This new evidence for shared neural regions processing touch to self and touch to others makes sense, Meltzoff said. As parents know, babies watch and imitate what adults do. Imitation is a powerful learning mechanism for infants, but in order to imitate, infants have to perceive how body parts correspond. In other words, they need to reproduce the same movement with the same part when they imitate what their parent is doing. Scientists have wondered how infants make this connection. "Before they have words for the body parts, babies recognize that their hand is like your hand, and their foot is like your foot. The neural body map helps connect babies to other people: The recognition that another person is 'like me' may be one of the baby's first social insights," Meltzoff explained.

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"The idea of using brain science to study how and when humans first feel a sense of connectedness with others is important and fascinating," Meltzoff said. "We can now look under the hood and see what's happening when a baby watches and connects to others. It's a touching sight."


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The research was funded by the National Science Foundation. Co-authors on the paper were Rey Ramirez, Eric Larson, and Samu Taulu at I-LABS; Joni Saby (formerly of I-LABS, now at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia), and Peter Marshall of Temple University.

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The National Science Foundation Media Gallery () has many images and videos covering a range of science topics. Each image has instructions for how to credit it underneath, a description of the content, and a link to a high resolution JPG download.

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Touch is the first of the five senses to develop, yet scientists know far less about the baby's brain response to touch than to, say, the sight of mom's face, or the sound of her voice.

Beginning Science Unit about Your Five Senses

Senses provide all sorts of information about what is going on around us. The activities in
Science In Action encourage young readers to understand how each of their senses work,
for example by making their own sound waves or trying a series of optical illusions.
Clear and simple text helps explain tricky scientific topics such as how the tongue tastes different flavours and how our eyes work.