The benefits of breastfeeding compared to infant formula was studied in 133 babies from 10 months to 4 years of age. Those fed with breast milk had much better brain development than those fed formula according to a June 2013 issue of the journal Neuroimage. There was a 20-30% greater development in language skills, emotional function, and cognition in the breast fed group. This group also had the fastest growth of myelin white matter in the brain as documented by MRI studies and also on cognitive testing mearuring language performance, visual reception, and motor control. To learn more about the advantages of breast feeding, check out this file: Is Infant Formula Safe: http://www.doctorsaputo.com/a/infant-brains-benefit-from-breastfeeding. For more information please visit www.doctorsaputo.com
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http://www.ericratinoff.com Brain Injury Attorney Eric Ratinoff talks about traumatic brain injury - an area of personal injury he is proud to represent. He is always looking for opportunities to learn and share education on this topic, and he has created this video podcast on the areas of the brain and how they are affected by injury. Areas of the brain discussed are the frontal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe, temporal lobe, cerebellum and brain stem. For more information about Traumatic Brain Injury, visit our online TBI Resource Center at http://www.ericratinoff.com/personal-injury/brain-injury/ traumatic brain injury brain injury lawyer sacramento brain injury lawyer sacramento personal injury lawyer tbi lawyer brain injury attorney personal injury attorney sacramento head injury TBI brain damage lobes of the brain
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www.induswomen.com Top 9 “brain Foods” To Boost Your Child’s Memory And Concentration How to Increase Memory Power ? Brain Food Who does not want their children doing better in school academics? Take a close look at the below diet plan that help in boosting your child’s memory, brain function, and improve concentration. In fact, brain is our body’s first organ to absorb all the nutrients from the foods we take. Our Children’s growing bodies need various types of nutrients and we have given below some of the top brain foods that improve concentration and help kids do better in their schools. Salmon Fish Salmon fish is the fattiest fish and an excellent source of Omega 3 fatty acids such as DHA & EPA that are important for brain development and functioning. Recent research also suggests that people who include more of these above fatty acids in their diet have sharper minds and do better at mental ability tests. So start now to include the salmon fish in your child’s diet to improve concentration ! Milk & Yogurt Dairy foods are always packed with Vitamin B and proteins that are essential for the development of brain tissue, enzymes, and neurotransmitters. Milk and yogurt provides a great source of both carbohydrates and proteins, which is an important source of energy for the brain. Eggs Eggs as known to all is a great source of proteins and vitamins and even the egg yolk contains a nutrient called choline which aids in memory development. So start preparing homemade breakfast recipes and snacks with eggs for your child’s overall development. Whole Grains Our brain needs a constant supply of glucose and the fiber helps in regulating the release of glucose into our body. Whole grains contain Vitamin B that nourishes our nervous system in a healthy manner. Whole-grain-cereals are easy to find these days but make sure that first ingredient listed is a whole grain such as whole-grain breads, sandwiches, chips, cookies etc. Oats to increase Memory Power Oats these days have become the most familiar cereals for all age groups and are a very nutritious grain for the brain that is loaded with fiber, Vitamin B, E, Zinc, and potassium. Oats give an excellent energy for the brain and aid in functioning at full capacity. Kids need to take these oats first thing in the morning. Consume these oats in any form with milk, dry fruits, soy milk, honey, banana etc. Berries to Increase Memory Power Berries such as strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and cherries, carries high levels of antioxidants such as Vitamin C and the seeds of these berries contain Omega-3 fatty acids which are necessary for the brain development and functioning. More intense the color, the more nutrition berries contain. When the fresh berries are not available, go for frozen berries that are not sweet. Colorful Vegetables Colorful vegetables that are rich in color are the good source of antioxidants such as tomatoes, carrots, beetroots, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, and spinach, which aids in keeping brain cells healthy and strong. Peanut Butter Peanuts and peanut butter have a very good source of vitamin E that protects our nervous membranes and thiamin to help brain and nervous system. Use peanuts and peanut butter while using sandwiches, salads as topping and can even eat fruits such as apple slices and bananas dipped into peanut butter. Kidney Beans Kidney Beans especially are the ones that are packed with energy proteins, lots of vitamins, fiber, and minerals. Kidney beans can be an excellent brain food, as they keep children’s energy levels and thinking at peaks all the day. Eat more of these beans in the form of salads, mashed beans taken with apple sauce, fried, snacks etc. Recent research says that children and teenage group needs ten times more than the recommended dose of vitamin D, which benefit the overall life cycle of human cells and the neuromuscular system. For vegetarians, black beans and soy products can be a great source of iron. Try to eat more of tomatoes, strawberries, oranges, and other citrus fruits to get the most of iron.
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The Baby Signs® Program is the world's leading sign language program for hearing babies, developed by world known child psychologists, Drs Acredolo and Goodwyn. Based on over 20 years of scientific research, the Baby Signs® Program uses signs to help parents and caregivers communicate with infants and toddlers. Proven benefits include strengthening the parent/infant bond, reducing frustration and building trust, promoting positive emotional development, and supporting language and cognitive development. Parent workshops, play classes & ECE Training is available. www.babysigns.com
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In this Therapy Tip of the Week Video, pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP provides ideas for moms of toddlers and therapists who work in birth to 3 programs. With these cute ribbon toys you can target fine motor, cognitive, tactile, sensory and visual processing skills or use them as a diversion for a busy toddler's home program. This activity is a prerequisite for pointing, an important communicative skill. If you need more ideas, visit www.teachmetotalk.com and check out the rest of our product line!
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http://www.TheRawfoodfamily.com This is a very important video for all parents out there. I forgot to mention in this video, that we did raise Ronja successfully nappy-free. More at our website.
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Google Tech Talks November, 15 2007 ABSTRACT Neurocomputational models provide fundamental insights towards understanding the human brain circuits for learning new associations and organizing our world into appropriate categories. In this talk I will review the information-processing functions of four interacting brain systems for learning and categorization: (1) the basal ganglia which incrementally adjusts choice behaviors using environmental feedback about the consequences of our actions, (2) the hippocampus which supports learning in other brain regions through the creation of new stimulus representations (and, hence, new similarity relationships) that reflect important statistical regularities in the environment, (3) the medial septum which works in a feedback-loop with the hippocampus, using novelty-detection to alter the rate at which stimulus representations are updated through experience, (4) the frontal lobes which provide for selective attention and executive control of learning and memory. The computational models to be described have been evaluated through a variety of empirical methodoligies including human functional brain imaging, studies of patients with localized brain damage due to injury or early-stage neurodegenerative diseases, behavioral genetic studies of naturally-occuring individual variability, as well as comparative lesion and genetic studies with rodents. Our applications of these models to engineering and computer science including automated anomaly detection systems for mechanical fault diagnosis on US Navy helicopters and submarines as well more recent contributions to the DoD's DARPA program for Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures (BICA). Speaker: Dr. Mark Gluck Mark Gluck is a Professor of Neuroscience at Rutgers University - Newark, co-director of the Rutgers Memory Disorders Project, and publisher of the public health newsletter, Memory Loss and the Brain. He works at the interface between neuroscience, psychology, and computer science, where his research focuses on the neural bases of learning and memory, and the consequences of memory loss due to aging, trauma, and disease. He is the co-author of "Gateway to Memory: An Introduction to Neural Network Models of the Hippocampus and Memory " (MIT Press, 2001) and a forthcoming undergraduate textbook, "Learning and Memory: From Brain to Behavior." He has edited several other books and has published over 60 scientific journal articles. His awards include the Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contributions from the American Psychological Society and the Young Investigator Award for Cognitive and Neural Sciences from the Office of Naval Research. In 1996, he was awarded a NSF Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers by President Bill Clinton. For more information, see http://www.gluck.edu.
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Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar talks about the right diet and nutrition for a breastfeeding mom and the foods she must include in her diet to ensure a good milk supply. NEW VIDEOS EVERY TUESDAY & FRIDAY!!! Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest from Kidsstoppress! www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=kidsstoppress We’d love to hear from you! Connect with us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kidsstoppress Twitter: https://twitter.com/kidsstoppress Instagram: https://instagram.com/kidsstoppress/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/wm/1/+Kidsstoppress Email: email@example.com
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This 5-minute video depicts a theory of change from the Frontiers of Innovation community for achieving breakthrough outcomes for vulnerable children and families. It describes the need to focus on building the capabilities of caregivers and strengthening the communities that together form the environment of relationships essential to children's lifelong learning, health, and behavior. Learn more about Frontiers of Innovation: http://developingchild.harvard.edu/foi
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Part 3 of Series- cute video animation for children promoting healthy eating and the importance of making healthy food choices. Chef Solus Pyramid Power vs The Junk Food Bandits- See who wins this fun animated basketball game! Visit http://www.chefsolus.com -The Fun Way to Learn About Nutrition. Free membership for our Parents' Choice Approved Award winning website. Chef Solus and the Pyramid Power team take on the Junk Food Bandits in Nourish Interactive's animated nutrition video for kids. Will eating unhealthy foods prevent the Junk Food Bandits from having the energy and concentration to win the game? See how the Pyramid Power Kids who have healthy eating habits play in the final half. Kids have fun learning about nutrition, the Food Pyramid, the food groups, healthy eating habits, and the importance of making healthy food choices- it's fun to eat healthy! Visit Chef Solus for more fun animated videos, fun healthy food games, interactive learning tools and more! It's a fun and FREE learning platform for kids, families, schools and communities: http://www.chefsolus.com Pyramid Power is a series of 3 video animations for children- a cute video for learning about about making healthy food choices and choosing balanced meals from USDA Food Pyramid's food groups. If you enjoy this video please give stars and pass it onto to friends, families, schools and community programs or SHARE it on your blog or website. Unhealthy food companies spend millions in marketing, developing advertisements and licensing characters that appeal to kids- we can combat unhealthy food marketing to kids by fighting back with NUTRITION FUN! Kids associate fun with eating healthy foods with Chef Solus and his cute animated characters and online nutrition games and tools developed by dietitians and educators. The unique online nutrition education platform has matching tools, tips and healthy eating newsletter articles designed for parents and children- so the whole family can work as team to develop healthier eating habits together. Learning about nutrition and eating healthy food is fun at http://www.chefsolus.com It's FREE to sign up to play games at our Parents' Choice Approved Award winning website! Games and tools are available in English and Spanish version at http://es.chefsolus.com
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Circle Us On Google Plus @ https://plus.google.com/+psychetruth Breastfeeding Facts, Breast Milk Benefits, Nutrition Natalie Friend us @ https://www.facebook.com/psychetruthvideos Nutrition by Natalie Website http://www.nutritionbynatalie.com Why breastfeed? How long should you breastfeed? Is breast milk better than formula? What are the benefits of breast milk for babies? Get the facts and truth about breastfeeding your babe. This video was produced by psychetruth http://www.youtube.com/psychetruth http://www.myspace.com/psychtruth http://psychetruth.blogspot.com Music By Jimmy Gelhaar http://www.jimmg.us Psychetruth is empowered by TubeMogul http://www.tubemogul.com © Copyright 2008 Zoe Sofia. This video may be displayed in public, copied and redistributed for any strictly non-commercial use in its entire unedited form. Alteration or commercial use is strictly prohibited. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Watch more Newborn & Baby Development videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/506146-Formula-Feeding-vs-Breastfeeding-Baby-Development Parents always want to know, "What should we do? Formula or breast milk?" As a pediatrician, I always recommend breast milk and breastfeeding, although that's not the right answer for every single family. What I like to recommend is happy baby, happy mother, happy mother, happy baby. I will never force a mother to breastfeed who does not want to breastfeed. We do know that breast milk offers fantastic protection for a baby's immune system. The immunoglobulins that get transferred from the mother to the baby stay with the baby for the rest of their life. The gut is colonized initially and the baby is much less likely to get diarrheal infections, to get ear infections, much less likely to have asthma. It's protected against a lot of common illnesses in childhood. That being said, not all mothers feel breastfeeding is right for them. You don't have to exclusively breastfeed. Some moms breastfeed during the day and they give formula at night. Some moms alternate and some moms don't breastfeed at all. And that's fine, too. The formula that is available on the market now provides a baby with all the vitamins and nutrients as comparable to human breast milk. You have to talk to your doctor - which formula would be right for your baby? We recommend babies who drink formula start with cow's milk formula. If there's something wrong - the baby's not tolerating it, the baby has severe rash or bloody diarrhea - let your doctor know and the doctor will help you choose a different formula for your baby. Babies who are exclusively breastfed at two weeks of age should start Vitamin D drops, 400 units a day. Babies who are on formula do not need to take vitamins because all of the vitamins are supplemented in the formula. Every family has to figure what out is right for them. Society often pressures parents to do things that they might not feel comfortable about, and that's when you need to talk to your doctor. Some moms want to only breastfeed and don't want to pump. Some moms only want to pump and don't want to breastfeed. Whatever is right for you is what you have to do for your baby, because baby will not thrive if the mom or family is not happy.
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Full 60 Min. lenght: Stereo. See Content below. https://myspace.com/citisite/video/early-childhood-brain-development-communication./57669334 NeuroScience. Cognition. Trauma. Interpersonal Neurobiology. Daniel Siegel. Mindsight. NeuroScience. Affect Regulation and the Origin of the Self. 00.00 Minute. Intro: Michael Jackson Childhood and Allan Schore. 03.00 Minute. Circle of Security. Bert Powell. Jude Cassidy. Why didn't someone tell me? 05.30 Minute. Jill Stamm. Bright from the start. Attention. Bonding. Communication. 05.30 Minute: Allan Schore: Complex states of Consciousness.Trauma: Bryan Post. Bruce Perry. 09.30 Minute: Dr. David Walsh. Brain growth and third objects. Cognition and Toys. Ayse Kok 11.00 Minute. Jill Stamm. Toys, Stuff and Relationship. Eye Contact. Kohut: The Gleam in the Mothers Eye. 14.30 Minute. NeuroScience. David Walsh. Technology. Creativity. Cells Neurons that fire together wire together. Celldeath. 15.30 Minute. J. Stamm. Television kills Cognition. Film: Dr. Joe Dispenza. Neuro-Landscapes. Idendity. Mind Maps. 21.00 Minute. Allan Schore. Right Brain. Visuell. Nonverbal. No Context. Bowlby Attachment Theory. 22.45 Minute. Bill Post. Left Brain and Cognition. Wired for Success. Brain and buisness. Bill Gates & Co. 26.00 Minute. Neurons and Creativity. Brain Complexity. Brainstorm. Bill Post. 28.45 Minute. Neuro-Marketing. fMRI - Original live Brain Scans. Brands and Brain activation. 30.30 Minute. fMRI - Original live Brain Scans. Brain activation if you see „Hollywood Action. 32.45 Minute. David Brooks. Aspen. NeuroScience. Internet-Communities and Sociology. Facebook commercial. 36.00 Minute. LOVE. Relationships and Family. Positive vs. negative Communication. 37.30 Minute. Love-Song-Video. Silbermond: The Best. Secure Relationship and Love. 41.00 Minute. Braintest. How do you think? With the left or right brain? 43.30 Minute. Personality Disorder. Allan Schore. Affectregulation. Early Traumas. 45.00 Minute. Daniel Mackler. Broken Wings. Schizophrenia and Therapy. 46.00 Minute. Trauma. Alice Miller. Free from lies. Allan Schore. Affectregulation. 48.30 Minute. Bruce Berry. Daniel Siegel. Trauma. Brain. Relationship. Parents and Terror. 53.30 Minute. Winnicott. Conclusion Video-Mix: Innocence meets Hurt. Now Moments. 58.00 Minute. Thanks to all. 59.45 Minute. The one and only: Childhood 1995 Infant genotype may moderate sensitivity to maternal affective communications: an association between a polymorphism of the DRD4 gene and disorganized attachment. Tags: Gabor Mate Barack Obama Education Daniel Stern, Peter Fonagy, John Richard Bowlby, Jeff Hawkins, Otto Kernberg Theorie Theory of mind, Attachment, Neuroscience, Jack P. Shonkoff, Daniel Kahneman, Mind Map, Maps, Neurons, Neurobiology, Cognition, Empathy, Creativity, Amit Ranjan, Rashmi Sinha, Ayse Kok, Child, E-Learning Mindsight, Interpersonal neurobiology Bindung Bildung Kinderkrippen Kindergarten Forschung Maria Steuer Eva Herrman Frau von Guttenberg Familienministerin Schröder Ben S. Bernanke,
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No copyright infringement intended This video was made as a final project by Gloria Pugliese (good friend and classmate) and myself for our "Psychology of Communication" class in Concordia University with Dr. W. Lambert Gardiner. This short video discusses Piaget's studies with children and how they perceive the world around them through liminal experience. Video edited, pictures and script by Gloria Pugliese using Final Cut Pro Animation, music and vocal recording by Cynthia Wong using Adobe Flash and ProTools Piano composition and performance by Zuzana Simurdova
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This movie is part 1 of the the Sparkabilities Babies 1 DVD. Sparkabilities is a developmental media series designed to entertain and develop essential learning skills. The Babies 1 DVD offers 22 minutes of fun and educational media designed for birth - 12 months. The full DVD is available at www.sparkabilities.com and is 23 minutes long. Download our FREE iPhone and iPad app, Sparkabilities TotBox HD, available in the App Store. TotBox comes preloaded with 6 free preview videos. In-app purchasing features downloads of individual full-length videos or discounted bundles for low prices. Download videos directly to your iPhone or iPad to enjoy anywhere, anytime or stream video when connected to Wi-Fi. Sparkabilities is based on the PlayWisely developmental system, a brain based play program for children under 5. We are not attempting to "teach" your baby or toddler but rather to nurture the neural pathways that support learning.
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We were warned not to take on this food item. Sure, it's a real food item... for babies. But Remy's been criticized for eating foods such as intestines and testicles. What will the reaction be when so many people are unnecessarily disturbed by the notion of a non-infant trying breast milk? We decided to do it anyway. What other food item is so suited to human nourishment? What's more, some medical experts suggest breast milk has amazing and yet-to-be-proven healing properties... such as shrinking cancerous tumors. How can a simple taste test be wrong?
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Watch a mom breastfeed her kindergarten-age child. Too much, too long? ===== WATCH IT ! :http://www.youtube.com/REWARDBOOK ===== ___________________________________
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Cognitive development in babies can be stimulated by simply playing with the baby and showing them toys. Discover how black and white pictures have been known to stimulate a baby's brain with help from a mother of three in this free video on baby development. Expert: Erica Goms Bio: Erica Goms has mothered three children that are currently five and under. She has extensive knowledge in raising and taking care of these wonderful children. Filmmaker: Michael Burton
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Sign language gives babies and parents an effective way to communicate at an early age. Babies who use sign language tend to speak sooner with larger vocabularies, show an increase in IQ scores. My Baby Can Talk is a complete early language development program recommended by pediatricians, trusted by parents and loved by babies. Crying is one way that babies can communicate -- we offer babies another. This program offers everything a baby needs to jump start communication before a baby can speak. The My Baby Can Talk series includes the three award winning DVDs that teaches babies and parents to communicate at an early age, reducing frustration and creating a special bond that is so important for healthy child development. Honored with more than twenty prestigious parenting awards, this series teaches babies American Sign Language (ASL) in a format that delights the senses while tapping into a baby's natural language abilities. Set to inspiring classical music, this program features beautiful real world images, delightful puppet shows, colorful toys in motion and babies communicating with simple gestures. My Baby Can Talk inspires preverbal communication using sign language as well as first spoken words and is the first program featuring preverbal babies signing all the words presented.
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Over the last twenty-five years, huge technological and cultural changes have transformed the lifestyle of people in the developed world largely for the better. But it's all happened so fast we haven't noticed that changes which benefit adults aren't always so good for children. A toxic cocktail of the side-effects of cultural change is now damaging the social, emotional and cognitive development of a growing number of children, with knock-on effects on their behaviour.
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http://www.brainrules.net/ John Medina is the author of "Brain Rules for Baby: How to Raise a Smart and Happy Child from Zero to Five."
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The University of Washington Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences is an interdisciplinary center conducting innovative research on lifelong learning and the brain. The centers scientific studies on children and adults have had a far-reaching impact on cognitive science, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, and education. One area of research focuses on how infant and adult brains process language, and has advanced our understanding of critical periods in learning. Another important area of research focuses on cognitive development and social understanding in infants, children, and adults. This pioneering work has demonstrated the importance of role models in human development and their profound effect on learning. Video courtesy UWTV.
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Benefits of Breastfeeding: 1. Mother's milk is the perfect nutritional food for newborns; your baby receives important nutrients from you. 2. Breastfeeding promotes a strong bond between mother and baby. 3. Breastfed babies have fewer serious infections of the ear and chest, and have fewer allergies. 4. Women who breastfeed have a decreased risk of breast and ovarian cancer. 5. Breastfeeding causes the release of hormones that help the mother's body to lose weight more easily. 6. Children who were breast fed show a higher IQ than those given formula. 7. Being breastfed during infancy may reduce the risk of obesity in children up to age 6. 8. Breastfeeding helps to reduce the risk of asthma and eczema. 9. Breastfeeding contributes to your baby's emotional and social development. 10. Breast milk provides a great balance of nutrients and antibodies for your baby. read more at http://nonichaihealth.com/nursing-mothers.html
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Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald is leveraging the simple practice of talking to babies and toddlers to nourish their brains and set them up for better performance in school and life. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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A 5-month-old's physical development is stimulated by standing them up, leaning them against things to stand and encouraging upper-body strength. Stimulate a baby's physical development with tips from a licensed psychotherapist in this free video on child development. Expert: Dr. Donna Williams, PhD Contact: www.parentguide.com Bio: Dr. Donna Williams is a licensed psychotherapist with a Ph. D. in early childhood education and development. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
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Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 110) This lecture explores issues and ideas related to the branch of psychology known as cognitive development. It begins with an introduction of Piaget who, interested in the emergence of knowledge in general, studied children and the way they learn about the world in order to formulate his theories of cognitive development. This is followed by an introduction to the modern science of infant cognition. Finally, the question of the relationship between and the existence of different kinds of development is addressed. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Jean Piaget, Stage Theory and Its Limits 12:50 - Chapter 2. The Modern Science of Infant Cognition 25:12 - Chapter 3. Babies in the Social World 31:26 - Chapter 4. Question and Answer on Learning and Development 33:53 - Chapter 5. Review of Studies Presented in Class; Autism 40:38 - Chapter 6. Question and Answer on Autism Complete course materials are available at the Yale Online website: online.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2007.
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Preoperational Stage (2 to 7 years) Preoperational intelligence means the young child is capable of mental representations, but does not have a system for organising this thinking (intuitive rather than logical thought). The child is egocentric -- which is they have problems distinguishing from their own perceptions and perceptions of others. A classic example is, a preoperational child will cover their eyes so they can not see someone and think that that person can not see them either. The child also has rigid thinking, which involves the following: Centration -- a child will become completely fixed on one point, not allowing them to see the wider picture. For example, focusing only on the height of the container rather than both the height and width when determining what has the biggest volume. State -- can only concentrate on what something looks like at that time. Appearance -- focuses on how something appears rather than reality. Lack of Reversibility -- can not reverse the steps they have taken. Does not realize that one set of steps can be cancelled by another set of steps. Lack of Conservation -- realizing that something can have the same properties even if it appears differently. Find out more about Piaget's theory of cognitive development at: http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stage_theory
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Dr. Jill Stamm explains how the hard science of wiring the brain, and resulting cognitive processes, can be translated into user-friendly information and practical strategies to influence her future capacity to learn.
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United Nations, New York, 1 August 2011 - The United Nations and its partners are promoting the use of all possible means of communication, including social networking, blogs and even flash mobs, to get the message out on the benefits of breastfeeding beyond clinics and delivery rooms to the wider public. Breastfeeding is directly linked to reducing the death toll of children under five, yet only 36 per cent of infants below the age of six months in developing countries are exclusively breastfed, according to the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF). Full story: http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=39203&Cr=child&Cr1=health
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Dr. Pat Kuhl gets to the root of how we communicate and learn by uncovering how early exposure to language alters the brain. Her research on early language and brain development, and how young children learn, has implications across multiple areas -- critical periods in child development, bilingual education and reading readiness, developmental disabilities involving language, and research on computer understanding of speech. At the University of Washington, Dr. Kuhl is the Bezos Family Foundation Endowed Chair for Early Childhood Learning, Co-Director of the UW Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences, Director of the University of Washington's National Science Foundation Science of Learning Center, and Professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences. In 1997, she presented at President and Mrs. Clinton's Conference on "Early Learning and the Brain." In 2001, she returned to present at President and Mrs. Bush's White House Summit on "Early Cognitive Development: Ready to Read, Ready to Learn." In her co-authored book, The Scientist in the Crib: Minds, Brains, and How Children Learn, Dr. Kuhl reviews what is now known about children's minds and how they learn, as well as how babies recognize, understand and take part in the building of their own brains. TEDxRainier is an independently produced TED event held in Seattle Washington.
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