Babies aware of social dominance in relationships: study

A UBC study shows that babies understand the idea that people who are part of larger social groups are socially stronger than those in smaller groups, reports Tech Times.

“We really were motivated by this evolutionary history to explore whether babies are born into the world with some sort of concept of number and whether they are able to use that information to understand that being part of a larger group may be advantageous to you,” said lead author Anthea Pun.