You are missing the point of the studies. The point is that everyone has assumed that any morality, or sense of right a wrong, has to be taught to a child. The results of this study show that from an early age children have strong concepts of fairness. Infants as young as a few months can count! Adults constantly underestimate the ability of a infant/toddler to have the ability to think and reason. The problem with this underestimation is that they assume that all of them are innately selfish and unreasonable. The reality is quite the opposite. There is an excellent book called "What's going on in there?" That book goes thru the brain development of children 0-5. A young toddler isn't a helpless being. Societies in the past were able to recognize this. By fostering the helpful nature of a toddler, you teach them that it is a positive thing. On their own they want to help.
The issue isn't whether individuals are born good or bad. The issue is whether innately we are born with any concept of good or bad at all. This study proves that on some level, we all know from infancy what is good or bad to some extent.
And if you think he referenced Spock in a meaningful manner, you weren't paying attention to what you were reading.