Everyone would agree: social awareness is crucial to sound development. Importantly, it begins to arise in infancy, as we learn to attune ourselves to where others are looking.
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Epigentics: More than Genes
There’s social heredity, the “epigenome”, those special proteins surrounding the DNA, embed information controlling genes like an off and on switch.
Behavior and Reward Processing
A dynamic system of unconscious, primed, and conscious inclinations collectively influences behavior—it is our job to make the most adaptive choices with the information we have.
Let Baby Raise Your Consciousness
A baby is the perfect dance partner to raise mutual consciousness. They begin life hyper-aware, hungry for learning, and often seem ecstatic or in rapture.
The Importance of Play
Allan Schore, clinical professor of psychiatry at UCLA, and interdisciplinary expert on attachment behavior and its links to affect regulation, believes the science of play is open for major research projects. Read more