New challenges throughout life can spur new brain cell growth as the brain responds to the demands laced on it. (Quartz, Steven R., PhD, and Terrence J. Sejnowski PhD. Liars, Lovers, and Heroes. NY: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2002, p 41)

A full 50% of baby’s brain growth has occurred by six months of age; 70% by 12 months. Any stimulation provided during the first 12 months has more impact on the brain’s growth than at any other time in the baby’s future life. (Ludington-Hoe, Susan, PhD, with Susan K. Golant, MA. How to Have a Smarter Baby. NY: Bantam Books, 1985, p 4)

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