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An experimental psychology study asserts that babies who are still too young to talk and estimated at as young as 9 to 10 months old are able to recognize signs of friendship or animosity between adults.

A) at as young as 9 to 10 months old are able to recognize
B) as being as young as 9 to 10 months old is able to recognize
C) that they are as young as 9 to 10 months old have the ability to recognize
D) to be as young as 9 to 10 months old are able to recognize
E) at as young as 9 to 10 months old have recognition of
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An experimental psychology study asserts that babies who are still too young to talk and estimated at as young as 9 to 10 months old are able to recognize signs of friendship or animosity between adults.

A) at as young as 9 to 10 months old are able to recognize
B) as being as young as 9 to 10 months old is able to recognize
C) that they are as young as 9 to 10 months old have the ability to recognize
D) to be as young as 9 to 10 months old are able to recognize
E) at as young as 9 to 10 months old have recognition of


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