9780979777752

Brain Rules for Baby : How to Raise a Smart and Happy Child from Zero to Five

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  • ISBN13:

    9780979777752

  • ISBN10:

    0979777755

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 10/12/2010
  • Publisher: Perseus Distribution Services

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Summary

Amazing. If you thought Brain Rules was a good read, you will love this one. This book answers questions that teachers, parents, and future parents have asked for years! Plus, John Medina addresses many of the myths we hold very sacred in how we raise children. Whether raising a child or working as an early childhood educator, you will turn each page and think to yourself "this is the book we have been waiting on for a very long time." I know kids don't come with an instruction manual...but this book is pretty darn close. As an educator, uncle, cousin, and future parent, the things I have learned from this book will have an impact on my next interactions with little brains...I just keep telling myself, seeds and soil!

Author Biography

John Medina is a developmental molecular biologist and research consultant. He is the author of the long-running New York Times bestseller, Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School. He is an affiliate Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Washington School of Medicine. He is also the director of the Brain Center for Applied Learning Research at Seattle Pacific University. Medina lives in Seattle, WA, with his wife and two boys.

Table of Contents

brain rulesp. i
introductionp. 1
Parenting is about brain development
The importance of being selective about science
Why do we need parents, anyway?
Five inescapable questions
pregnancyp. 19
Four things that improve a baby's brain development
Electronic gadgets: Forget'em
Is morning sickness a good thing?
When your baby can hear your voice, sense your touch
The effects of severe stress on mom and baby
relationshipp. 55
Bundle of joy? Yes, but...
What happens to marriages in the transition to parenthood
The four biggest reasons you'll fight
Guys, get out the vacuum cleaner
Two steps to a relationship that's good for baby
smart baby: seedsp. 89
8,000 neurons per second!
What's better than IQ
The brain cannot learn unless it feels safe
What does "smart" mean?
Seven types of intelligence
Every brain is wired differently
smart baby: soilp. 121
The best kind of playroom
Talking to your child improves IQ
How to raise cognition scores by 50%
TV before age 2
The harm in hyper-parenting
happy baby: seedsp. 159
Could happiness be genetic?
Where emotions happen in the brain
Magical mirror neurons
Emotions and logic are not as separate as you think
happy baby: soilp. 189
The secret to happiness
Using empathy to calm your child's nerves
The one parenting style that works
moral babyp. 219
Are babies born moral?
The three-legged stool of discipline
Kids lie a lot (every two hours, by age 4)
Explaining your rules
conclusionp. 253
practical tipsp. 261
acknowledgementsp. 277
indexp. 279
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