What constitutes disruptive behaviour in young kids is very subjective. However, by looking deeper at your childs behaviour it will help you understand more about why they act in a certain way. Behaviour that can appear naughty or disruptive to you, is often just your childs way of communicating an unmet need as they try to figure out their way in the world.
We often have questions about what babies know or understand very early in life. Babies cant answer these questions using words but they can tell us a lot by what they look at and for how long. By using the habituation technique we are able to find answers to some interesting research questions and add to our understanding of infant cognition.