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I like you ’cos you’re like me – or why my enemy’s enemy is my friend

Kids’ social instincts emerge early [1,2]. Newborns prefer to look at human faces over other inanimate objects, especially attractive faces. Soon after, babies begin to evaluate the social actions of others: at three months they prefer to play with toy … Continue reading

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