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Baby Headcams Reveal the World That Infants Actually See

The video footage is a gold mine for developmental psychologists

Photo illustration. Photos: Erica Wojcik; Linda Smith

As a baby, Asa barely noticed the camera that was strapped to his head for three hours a week. He’s become a little more resistant now that he’s two years old. But by letting his scientist mom capture the world from his point of view as he grew from infant to…

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Elizabeth Preston

Elizabeth Preston

Elizabeth Preston is a freelance science journalist and humor writer in the Boston area.

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