Parents seem to unwittingly engage in a competition when they talk to their friends about their children. Their pride can turn into a comparison on what their child can do better than another person’s child, and vice versa. 1.423 kata lagi
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The title of this post is identical to the title of a very important book by Professor James R. Flynn. The subtitle is ”Nature, Nurture, and Human Autonomy.” Flynn is the founder of the “Flynn Effect,” which describes the inflation of the Intelligence Quotient (IQ) over time. 695 kata lagi
A good friend of mine who has been successful in both business and as a father and husband highly values what is commonly referred to as EQ or emotional quotient, which many experts agree is even more important for success than your IQ, or intelligence quotient. 798 kata lagi
A paper in Royal Society Open Science:
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“Given birds’ small brain size—in absolute terms—yet flexible behaviour, their motor self-regulation calls for closer study. Corvids exhibit some of the largest relative avian brain sizes—although small in absolute measure—as well as the most flexible cognition in the animal kingdom.