playing with children, and older children's brains become synchronized

playing with children, and older children's brains become synchronized

playing with children, and older children's brains become synchronized

New York: In its first exciting research of its kind, scientists have said that when adults play with a very young child, their brains are interconnected and appear to be at the same frequency.

Experts say that even though young children do not talk to you, they express themselves out loud. In the process of matching eyes, stroking, and attracting each other, the mental states of both of them come to the same level and their brains show similar activity.

Princeton University scientists have proven for the first time that naturally playing between children and older brings the mind together. This is especially so in the process of giving the child a toy or rolling his eyes. This research has been done in the 'Baby Lab' which will provide a great deal of guidance for children in learning, watching, understanding and knowing the world.
Central scientist Professor Alice Piazza and colleagues in the research team say that it starts in the first year of the baby and plays an important role in children's language learning. Many volunteers were given the opportunity to play and talk with the child for this research.

During this time, a particular monitor was recorded and recorded for its mental activity. The volunteers and children were given special hats for scanning, with more than 50 channels receiving signals from different brain areas.

Experts are surprised to find that if someone whispers to a child, uses toys or makes eye contact to make them happy, this person has a deep perception of his or her child's mental activity in the same adult person. Was born In this way, the mutual contact of the two people is revealed and valuable information has been found on the child's learning process itself.