Bonding, Brain, Intelligence & Play

Video by James W. Prescott

Newborn Baby

“Child and human development are experience dependent. The sensory experiences shared between mother and infant establish the templates, the predispositions and patterns that shape each human life. Some sensory experiences are more important to the early developing brain and how it unfolds. Peace and violence, free play and fear based conditioning, intelligent or reflexive people societies and cultures hang in the balance. James W. Prescott Bonding, Brain, Intelligence & PLAY. Produced by Michael Mendizza and Touch the Future.”

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Many Baby Products Contain Toxic Flame Retardants


“On December 6, the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) filed legal notices saying major retailers are violating California state law by not warning consumers about various baby products that contain potentially toxicflame retardants. It noted that nap mats used in daycares nationwide, baby products from Wal-Mart, Target, Kmart and other major retailers contain a cancer-causing chemical.”

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Researchers Investigating Children’s Emotions


“A group of researchers from Victoria University’s School of Psychology are taking part in a three-year trans-Tasman project to understand how children make sense of their emotions.”

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Study finds how child abuse changes the brain

Children exposed to family violence show the same pattern of activity in their brains as soldiers exposed to combat, scientists said on Monday.


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