|Babies as young as five months old are capable of distinguishing differences in the sound of classical music, new research has shown.
According to research by psychologists at Brigham Young University, infants are capable of distinguishing both upbeat and sorrowful tunes.
Researchers showed babies pictures of emotionally-neutral, happy and sad faces when playing the different types of classical music and recorded how long the babies looked at each picture.
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