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You'll understand the inner workings of the brain like never before. You'll learn the latest thinking on the nature vs. nurture question. You'll gain invaluable insights into the evolution of the senses, motor skills, social and emotional growth, memory, language, and intelligence. But most importantly, you'll understand--maybe for the first time--exactly how great your contribution as a parent can be to the development of your young child's brain. Written by Lise Eliot, Ph.D., a neurobiologist and mother of three, What's Going on in There? is an immensely intelligent labor of love. It is based on the author's own "odyssey of discovery" as she sought answers to questions about her own role in carrying, delivering, and parenting her children. --Kelley Smith --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Farly well written in layman's terms, this is a good book to fall asleep to. I actually liked it, but there was a bit too much medical gargon to keep my strict attention. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DJT
I bought What's Going On In There as a reference for evolutionary biology. I wanted to know specifically about the evolution of speech. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Graham H. Seibert
This is such a wonderful book about baby/toddler behavior and development. I feel like a lot of baby books state the obvious or make statements that seem to have no basis in fact... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sobe Gal
If you are interested in scientific research into the developing minds of children without reading actual research papers this is the perfect book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by C_Arendt
Very detailed and scientific book. Learned out of stuff I wasn't looking to learn about. It's a long read too.Published 7 months ago by Steve
Pretty good book. I am about halfway done and am enjoying it for the most part. A little heavy on basic biology and physiology for one in the health field and already familiar,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by hedtil