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At What Age Do Children Become Competitive?

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Doctors say children develop a competitive streak at the age of four.

Researchers say that's the age that kids play to win.

Experts believe that until this age, the concept of winning doesn't register.

The study found toddlers aged three and under help each other, rather than compete.

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