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"The authors are consummate myth busters: birth order, research reveals, has little impact on personality, and the left-brain is as emotionally charged as the right. In this info-packed text, Aamodt and Wang offer some familiar advice (e.g., no videos for children under two) as well as some thought-provoking revelations." ---Publishers Weekly
Sam Wang says: When Sandra Aamodt and I decided to write Welcome To Your Child's Brain, we knew that there were many books on child development. But I only grasped the enormity of the situation when I was getting ready to become a father myself. What I found in the bookstore (and here at Amazon) was overwhelming. However, I also noticed that many books were not based on scientific evidence. As neuroscientists we realized we had something to add.
Welcome To Your Brain is not just a parenting book - though it does have information that parents will find quite useful. Think of it as a book about how we become the adults that we are today. The core of that is childhood. If you wonder whether birth order affected your own personality, why you have musical talent (or lack it), or whether intelligence can ever be increased, then our book is for you.
Some of you came to this site through our New York Times article on "redshirting" kindergarteners. Our reading of the scientific evidence is that there is no long-term advantage to delaying entry to kindergarten - and some significant disadvantages. To read more (with links to technical literature), go to the top of this website, click on my name, find our blog, and look up our post on redshirting dated September 25, 2011. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
a nice read for anyone interested in childhood development, psychology, parenthoodPublished 5 months ago by Marksu2
I have three copies, one for myself, one for my mom and one for my sister-in-law. It is very informative.Published 11 months ago by It is me
I bought this book after reading an interesting (and very well written) article on autism the author wrote for the New York Times, and I was expecting more of the same here. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book is full of information for all parents of young children. It is not difficult to follow and has many useful guidelines.Published 15 months ago by Doc
My wife and I have experience raising a gifted child. One of the top in his age group according to the testing he did during his school years. Read morePublished 15 months ago by The Hermit
It isn't exactly what you will be reading when your brain is frazzled once the baby arrives, but it offers practical advice for how to help your child learn. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Seattle Photog
I would recommend every parent, grandparent and the primary caregiver to read it. It is very well written and anybody can easily understand.Published 21 months ago by Kay Andiappan