Part three of Ac360's special series "Baby Brains: What are they really thinking?" airs tonight at 8/10pm E.T. on CNN. Click here to catch up on parts one and two. You can also find a video quiz to see if you can predict the babies' response, in depth articles, and photo galleries of CNN anchors and reporters when they were babies.
Arber Tasimi is a graduate student in the Department of Psychology at Yale. His research was highlighted in the "Baby Brains" series.
A group of researchers at Yale University's 'baby lab' ran a string of tests that found babies are able to tell the difference between good and bad. But they also found babies can often be coaxed to the bad side. What does it take to do that? Anderson finds out.
Have you ever wondered what a baby is thinking and whether they know the difference between good and bad? Researchers at Yale University have spent nearly a decade studying the minds and behaviors of babies in order to find out if they are really born as blank slates. What they've discovered is eye-opening.
This week AC360 is looking into whether babies are born with the ability to tell the difference between good and evil. So we asked viewers to send in photos of their babies, and tell us what their baby is thinking… even if it is just a guess.
It is one of life's biggest questions: are we born knowing the difference between good and evil? A team of researchers at Yale University's Infant Cognition Center (also known as "The Baby Lab") reached a startling conclusion: babies are in fact born with an innate sense of morality.
Catch the three part series starting tonight on Anderson Cooper 360° at 8p E.T.
Watch the video quiz above and try to guess how the babies did identifying good and evil.
Anderson traveled to the Infant Cognition Center at Yale University where he watched babies take part in a series of tests aimed at answering the question “Are we born knowing right from wrong?
It is the subject of a three part series airing on AC360 starting Wednesday February 12.
Anderson is digging deeper into the subject in a live Google+ Hangout with CNN Digital Correspondent Kelly Wallace along with Paul Bloom author of "Just Babies: The Origins of Good and Evil."
Click here to join the conversation February 12 at 1:30 pm.
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