|Although babies have traditionally only been thought capable of displaying basic emotions, a new study has shown that infants as young as three months actually show clear signs of jealousy.
"Non-basic" emotions such as embarrassment, pride, guilt and jealousy were previously thought to develop only during the second year of a baby's life.
However the research from York University's Department of Psychology found that babies seem to have an emotional response to human interaction between others.
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