Sitting up may boost babies' learning skills, study says

12/17/2012 | HealthDay News

Babies aged 6.5 months who can sit unsupported have the potential to use patterns to differentiate objects since they can easily reach for, hold and manipulate objects, according to a study in the journal Developmental Psychology. Researchers noted that 5.5-month-olds who were supported in order to sit up were able to use patterns to differentiate objects as well.

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