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A child's brain : understanding how the brain works, develops, and changes during the critical stages of childhood

Author: Robert Sylwester
Publisher: New York : Skyhorse Publishing, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st Skyhorse Pub. edView all editions and formats
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"A child's brain helps parents and educators understand the biological, emotional, and neurological changes of childhood so they can support children's learning, socialization and growth."--Back cover.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Sylwester
ISBN: 9781626361638 : $16.95 1626361630 : $16.95
OCLC Number: 860702434
Description: xi, 185 p. ; ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Nature and nurture: from past to present --
Mastering movement : from imitation to exploration --
Brain organization : from input to output --
Development and growth : from womb to world --
Nurturing : from unconditional love to behavioral limits --
Family and friends : from close to loose bonds --
Nutrition : from necessary to nice --
The unexpected : from joys and toys to fears and tears --
Childhood illness : from short to long term --
Intelligence, creativity, and the arts : from what is to what could be --
Home and beyond home : from biology to technology --
Preparing for adolescence : from a sheltered childhood toward an autonomous adulthood --
Neurons and glial cells --
Theories of multiple intelligences.
Responsibility: Robert Sylwester.

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