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Synced brains: why being constantly tuned in to your child’s every need isn’t always ideal

By Pascal Vrticka, Associate Professor / Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Essex
It’s crucial for healthy child development that children can form secure attachment bonds with their parents. Decades of research identified one key ingredient for this process: the coordination of parents’ and children’s brains and behaviour during social interactions.

Humans connect with each other by synchronising in many ways. Called bio-behavioural synchrony, this involves imitation of gestures…The Conversation

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