Your baby's brain explained | The neurological development responsible for the 'terrible' twos

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"Toddlers, similar to babies are emotionally driven…. They learn though their physical senses and experiences". (Getty Images)
"Toddlers, similar to babies are emotionally driven…. They learn though their physical senses and experiences". (Getty Images)

The toddler phase of childhood is infamously regarded as a time of boundless energy, tantrums and questions galore, and it's all thanks to their ever-developing brain, says the University of Witwatersrand's Professor Tamsen Rochat, and Drs, Stephanie Redinger and Sahba Besharati.

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