How much do you think your newborn can remember? Researchers say babies have the ability to remember a face they've only seen once. To find this, Danish researchers put some one-year-olds through a test, and then showed them a video of the same test when they were three-years-old. Researchers found the three-year-olds fixated on the faces they had not seen before-- a phenomeon known as novelty preference. Researchers say, "What this tells us is that we are affected by things we aren't able to recall. The babies were very fast at recognizing the person they had seen before, very quickly started to attend to the new person." Researchers say it's important to remember that just because a child can't verbalize a memory doesn't mean there is no memory.