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Children as young as three recognize 'cuteness' in faces of people, animals

Children as young as three are able to recognize the same ?cute? infantile facial features in humans and animals which encourage caregiving behavior in adults, new research has shown. A study investigating whether youngsters can identify baby-like characteristics ? a set of traits known as the ?baby schema? ? across different species has revealed for the first time that even pre-school children rate puppies, kittens and babies as cuter than their adult counterparts.
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