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Dancing is an innate trend?

Last year, Marcel Zentner and his colleagues at the University of York studied several babies aged five months to two years and concluded that we are born with a predisposition to move rhythmically in response to music . According to Zentner, it is the rhythm rather than the melody that produces a response. Furthermore, "the more they synchronize their movements with the music, the more children smile," the researcher concluded.

Zentner says it is not yet clear why humans have developed this predisposition. One possibility is that the ability to process music was favored by natural selection over other traits. The findings were published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Online .

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