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Thank you Judith for freeing me from this paradigm and making me question how we make parents sooooo responsible for shaping their children's lives... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ruby Usman
Harris presents her arguments cogently and logically and her group socialization theory has a lot of potential to inform studies of childhood and life course theories. Read morePublished 3 months ago by glvr1
An extraordinary proposition by a talented multifaceted author. Clearly and entertainingly presented, awash in proper science, she sweeps aside decades of questionable conclusions... Read morePublished 4 months ago by John
PSYCOLOGY WILL BE DEBATING THIS BOOK FOR A LONG TIME. IT CREATED A HUGE CONTROVERSY, BUT TO ME THE BOOKS RINGS TRUE.Published 6 months ago by Tracy Welch
An excellent, well-written and well-researched guide to why kids turn out the way they do.Published 8 months ago by JSE
A very well written book with good humor. It also breaks a lot of myths I had ever since I start to have my own children. Highly recommended.Published 11 months ago by Lin Yu Nung
Interesting book. But ultimately the thesis that genetics accounts for more than environment fails. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Cristina
This book proves just how over-arching culture is when it comes to how human beings organize their inner lives.
Ignorant doesn't even cut it. Read more
This book breaks all the rules and confirms what some of us have known for years. Children turn out the way they do because of their genes and their friends, not how their parents... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Dan P. Bullard