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Babies understand that getting what you want in life means putting in the effort

Never underestimate the mind of a 10-month-old.
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Researchers found that infants as young as 10 months old understand that getting what you really want in life means putting in the effort necessary to get it.

In life, we often go through a lot of effort to get what we want. In fact, we’ve created an entire economical model out of it. is a balance of two things: how rewarding out in the journal suggest that we may actually start thinking this way before we can walk.

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