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Tue April 24, 2012
Are there REALLY baby geniuses?
Every parent hopes to foster a healthy and safe environment for bright and gifted babies… but no amount of exposure to classical music, sign language, or Baby Einstein videos can guarantee your kid will be a genius on the level of Heidi Hankins.
Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman is adjunct Assistant Professor of Pyschology at New York University, and a contributing writer to Scientific American, the Harvard Business Review, and the Huffington Post, where he recently wrote about whether genius truly exists among infants and toddlers.