Student Hothouse Einstein Claims

Student Hothouse Einstein Claims - A Critical Analysis of...

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A Critical Analysis of Developmental Products and the Claims Associated with Their Use Developmental Psychology Jane E. Roberts, Ph.D.
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Getting Into the “Right” Getting Into the “Right” Preschool Preschool Seigler et al., 2007 Ch. 5, #45
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Wanting “the best” for our Wanting “the best” for our children. . children. . Have we gone too far, or Do we not critically evaluate the evidence that supports/refutes our beliefs? Early Childhood Products emerged in part due to the “Mozart Effect” reported in 1993 that claimed an 8 – 9 point IQ point increase for students that listened to 10 minutes of Mozart… spurred great response from general public and proliferation of products aimed at taking advantage of the “Mozart Effect”… http://www.uwosh.edu/psychology/rauscher/Nature93 .pdf
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Infant Video Application Infant Video Application Watch Baby Einstein Video ( http://www.babyeinstein.com/store/04-13_Demo ) Small Group Review of Zimmerman et al., 2007 Large Group Review of Zimmerman et al., 2007 Review web sites with regard to early development products and claims: Baby Einstein Brainy Baby Others?
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Associations between media viewing and language development in children under age 2 years.
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