Little babies are the cutest. Babies before one year old can hardly speak, especially those a few months old. They only know how to eat, drink, and sleep every day. Moms and dads want to communicate with their babies, so they basically rely on guessing. So, what little babies think every day has become what mothers particularly want to know. What do babies think every day? For a baby, the first two years of birth is particularly critical. It can be said to lay the foundation for future development. If we can understand and understand the baby’s thinking at this time, then we can quickly Make the corresponding response, so as to better help the baby’s development in all aspects. You can know how your baby’s language develops, why he loses his temper, what to do as a parent, and so on. The BBC filmed a documentary specifically for this purpose, called “The Fantastic World of the North Nose”. In the film, psychologists from major universities and more than 200 infants were invited to analyze what the babies think. . Among them is such an interesting episode. Many high-tech devices are attached to the baby’s brain, mainly to scan the baby’s brain, and then analyze what the baby thinks through the baby’s induction of different languages from the outside world. The babies participating in the experiment will see two videos in front of the computer, one of which is an aunt, using the so-called “parental language”, which is a naive tone of voice usually used when talking to children, to talk to the baby. The other paragraph is to communicate with the baby in the way of speaking between ordinary adults. When speaking in the first paragraph of communication, the baby is obviously listening attentively, but when the second video is played, the baby quickly loses interest and starts to do other things, or begins to look for his own mother. Why is there such a phenomenon? It turns out that when the aunt is talking, the baby’s brain waves are also changing in real time. This involves a kind of “big rhythmic tone sandhi”, and the naive speech tone of the first paragraph actually contains this kind of big rhythm. In the first communication mode, some peaks coincide with the baby’s brain fluctuations. He was quickly accepted by the baby. Therefore, this kind of naive “parental language” is actually very helpful to the baby’s brain development. Just like a student in class, if the teacher’s tone is stereotyped and boring, then the student will feel sleepy. If the tone is new and interesting, the tone changes, the students will of course be more interested in listening and easier to master the content. Let’s continue to talk about an emotion experiment. The expert attached a sensor to a baby to record the baby’s heart rate, and then the staff interacted with the baby in a normal and peaceful manner, and the recorded heart rate was 130. This is a normal value, because the baby’s heart rate is higher than that of an adult. Then, let the baby play a more difficult puzzle game. Sure enough, our little baby can’t finish the game smoothly. After a few more times, the baby started to lose his temper. So what is the heart rate at this time, soaring to 180 in an instant. In other words, the more angry the baby, the greater the pressure, and the higher the heart rate, which will cause the baby’s mood to be more unstable and will be very depressed. This can be said to be a vicious circle. Therefore, at this time, as a parent, you should understand the baby’s thoughts, and then comfort the baby, pull the baby a hand, lift the baby to divert attention, and the heart rate will drop immediately. Important reminder: Do you understand now? Although the baby cannot speak or express yet, it does not mean that the baby does not have his own thoughts. We need to observe and find the source of the baby’s emotions in order to help the baby.