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The dummy fools the parents


According to the research results of the pacifier, it inhibits parents from properly interpreting infant nutrition and distress.

The dummy fools the parents

Babies smiling at their mouths with their pacifiers in an experiment meant that children were less happy than babies smiling without their pacifiers, and smiles with little smile at their babies. And when they looked at the images of sad-looking infants, women found less intense pain when they had pacifiers in their mouths. evolving "harmony" allows infants to lose their emotional awareness and develop mentally. can have an adverse effect the parent-child bonding process. University researchers Magdalena Rychlowska with an electrode attached to 29 female facial muscles, the subject looked at two infant photos showing the baby's face expressing joy, sorrow, anger and a neutral sensation. Participants were asked to rate the intensity of the emotion on the doll's face. Some of the dolls had pacifiers in their mouths and not others. In some images, the infants were covered with a white blanket to exclude any possible effects that the pacifier could exert on the female beyond the blanket effect. The results showed that pacifiers and white women both reduced the activity of the yeast muscles on the face with a smile on their mouth, when nothing obstructed the baby's lips. In addition, all of the clean up factors resulted in women make infant nutrition less intensive.