Emotional Attunement: Good Food for Babies’ Brains

Dona Matthews, Ph.D., leading expert on gifted development and education, offers us a fascinating and timely perspective on the deep connections between parents and children – even on the neurobiological level – and the potential dangers of replacing these connections with “electronic engagement-replacements.”

Emotional Attunement: Good Food for Babies’ Brains

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  1. Tracy – I discovered your blog by accident and I’m so glad. I’ve read several of your articles and I’m especially interested in the information you provide about babies and young children, as I am a grandparent of two toddlers. Two grandchildren being raised with vastly different parenting skills – somewhat of a family experiment, from an observer’s point of view. Your writing is so interesting and accessible. I’ll be following your blog.

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