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October 10 2013
Humans — while still fetuses in the womb — explore their bodies as part of their development and even learn how to anticipate touch, according to new research.
High tech 4-dimensional scanning made the discovery possible. The findings are published in the journal Developmental Psychobiology.
“What we have observed are sequential events, which show maturation in the development of fetuses, which is the basis for life after birth,” lead author Nadja Reissland, of the Department of Psychology at Durham University, said in a press release.
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