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.
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
Happiness and laughter are contagious for good reasons: they can elevate us toward a positive, relaxed state and diminish pain. Foster laughter and you will be more emotionally resilient–making cheerfulness your natural set-point. Read more
A group of researchers from Italy, Chile, Montreal, and the USA (Stanford University) studied 112 newborns that were between 1-5 days-old; they wanted to find out their capacity to recognize common words of their native language.
The significant story of Gualala, California, between 1863 and 1906, is the industrialization of lumber and the development of a single company town.