A new study in psychology and human development at Cornell University claimed that the infants are aware about the social clues. According to the research, babies notice to what food is being eaten within their surroundings.
The study has also claimed that infant can think in a sophisticated way about slight cultural cues in an early age. The research suggested that babies are aware of social groups.
Along with this researchers stated that when infant sees people eating around them they learn about who eat what and with whom. The study also showed babies are also able to observe that which food can be harmful for them.
Through the research the scientists have found that infants actually know the cultural differences. The study shows how tightly our food selection is connected with our cultural thinking. It has also considered that kids learn eating habits from their parents through social experiences.