This book looks at the roots of emotion, intelligence, and creativity, translating scientific research into practical suggestions for parents and teachers. Dr. Healy also addresses academic learning offering suggestions for how parents can help without pushing. She also examines learning disabilities, ADHD, and hazards of forced early learning.
Harmony (2004), Edition: 3, 432 pages
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