Science Reveals Just Why We Pinch Babies' Cheeks

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Опубликовано 8 декабря 2018, 23:31
Ever heard someone coo at a baby, "You're so cute, I just want to eat you up"?
If so, you've observed a display of "cuteness aggression."
The term describes the compulsion to smoosh, bite, or pinch—but not hurt—adorable things like babies and animals.
According to Gizmodo, the odd feeling is actually quite common!
UC Riverside assistant professor at Katherine Stavropoulos is the co-author of a new study on cute aggression.
Her research found that there is both a behavioral and a neural component involved.
So if you feel overwhelmed when looking at cute things, you’re more likely to have this relationship between brain activity and cute aggression. UC Riverside assistant professor at Katherine Stavropoulos
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