|A new study has shown that babies are born with a strong desire to communicate with people around them and are receptive to the emotions of others.
Dr Emese Nagy, from Dundee University, conducted a study on 90 newborn babies aged between just three hours and 96 hours.
Psychologists at the University spent three minutes communicating with each baby by smiling and gently talking to the infants, before completely freezing their faces and ceasing to respond.
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