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Parents' brain activity 'echoes' their infant's brain activity when they play together
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13 December 2018
On 13 December 2018 ScienceDaily reported:
Research shows for the first time that when adults are engaged in joint play together with their infant, the parents' brains show bursts of high-frequency activity, which are linked to their baby's attention patterns and not their own.
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'We know that, when an adult plays jointly together with a child, this helps the child to sustain attention to things,' said Dr Sam Wass of the University of East London and lead author on the study.
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