Conventional wisdom that the ages from zero to three are the most important for children's development is based on misinterpretations and misapplications of brain research. The result: negative consequences for parents and public policy.
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Title: Million Dollar Babies: Why Infants Can't be Hardwired for Success
Publication date 2007-04-01
Publication Year 2007
, first three years
, critical period
, zero to three
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