Texas A&M's Infant Cognition Lab Research

By: KBTX Staff Email
By: KBTX Staff Email

Texas A&M University is working on ground breaking research at their infant cognition lab.

Researchers are conducting studies on infants to figure out how babies think and what they know. The infants watch a puppet show with colored Styrofoam balls and wear a special cap that tracks blood flow.

Dr. Teresa Wilcox is the director of the lab and joined Karla to talk about their research.

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