Babies Remember Birth: And Other Extraordinary Scientific Discoveries about the Mind and Personality of Your Newborn
The author presents startling new evidence suggesting that newborns are far more aware than has been previously thought, experiencing emotions, making attempts to communicate, and reasoning and remembering.
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Growing a Body and Brain
Alert and Aware
Learning and Remembering
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