Laughter in babies is common from the first weeks of life; however, the laughter that really responds to the sense of humor would not appear until six months.
These are the findings of a study by scientists at Johnson State University in Vermont, USA. UU
The research, which was presented at the Annual Meeting of the British Psychological Society, in Glasgow, Scotland, noted that in the first months of life babies laugh mainly by imitating the laughter of their parents.
To reach these conclusions, the scientists took 30 babies of different ages.
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