BRAIN FACT: Infants Who Learn They Can Engage Their Parents and Objects Acquires The Knowledge Of Affecting The World Around Them

Monday, August 23, 2010

“The infant who has learned that he can engage his parent in play and make objects do what he wants them to do acquires a fundamental belief in his ability to affect the world around him.” 
~From Neurons to Neighborhoods, National Research Council, 2001

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