Brainy Kids’ Brains Develop Slowlyby Tony Brown, BA, EMT | May 26, 2006
Do larger brains correlate with higher intelligence? Or does higher intelligence run parallel with the more diverse environmental experiences encountered? This research of nature versus nurture in intelligence, in humans especially, has been a complex and a persistent debate. This article about the brain’s rate of development in children provides yet another face to this multifaceted speculation.
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