ECDC in the popular press
Here are some links to recent media coverage of research from our centre:

Babies perk up to sounds signalling ancient hazards (in ScienceNews)

Violent Video Games Don’t Make Us Less Caring (In Time)

Can Animals Envision the Future? (In Science)

Imitation and imagination: child’s play is central to human success (In The Conversation)

Chimps know when they're being aped (In ABC Science)

The brain: Memories are crucial for looking into the future in Discover Magazine

Infants can tell the difference between correct and incorrect counting in New Scientist Magazine

Children over-imitate adults, regardless of culture in Sciencemag

Children's developing ability to think about the future in Sciencewatch

The development of children's thinking about others' minds on ABC's 'Catalyst'

Mirror self-recognition in primates in New Scientist Magazine

Toddlers learn from picture books in Science Daily

Dogs fail to represent hidden objects in Cosmos Magazine

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