Critical period

Scientific evidence tells us that the influences from the environment are especially important early in life, during a restricted developmental period, during which the neural pathways are highly sensitive to the effects of external stimuli, and a veritable remodelling of the brain is possible.

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Sensory development

The sensory development of a baby is associated with the critical periods, during which the environmental stimuli makes the most impact to the child’s sensory development. Once the critical period is over, the environmental stimuli will no longer significantly make effect.

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Implicit memory

Research has shown that young children are able to implicitly recognize and use perceptual cues to enhance their performance. These indicate that young children possess implicit learning capabilities that enable them to acquire complex rule systems and intuitive knowledge.

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Right hemisphere

Research has established that during fetal, neonatal and infant development, the role of the right hemisphere is more profound. The early childhood education enables children to learn effortlessly, efficiently and creatively with the powerful gift of the right hemisphere.

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Research Findings

Review on Early Childhood Education

 Benefits of early childhood interventions across the world: (Under) Investing in the very young (2010)Milagros Nores and W. Steven Barnett, National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER), Rutgers UniversityScope: reviewed ...

Study on Baby Learning in the Womb

 A Melodic Contour Repeatedly Experienced by Human Near-Term Fetuses Elicits a Profound Cardiac Reaction One Month after Birth (2011)Carolyn Granier-Deferre, etl, Université Paris Descartes, Paris, FranceScope: One hundred ...

Study on Implicit Learning

  Right Hemisphere Dominance in Visual Statistical Learning (2011) Matthew E. Roser, József Fiser et al, University of Plymouth, UK, Brandeis UniversityScope: examine hemispheric asymmetry in the implicit learning of new visual ...

Study on Learning Chinese Language

  Opposite patterns of hemisphere dominance for early auditory processing of lexical tones and consonants (2006) Hao Luo, Fan-Gang Zeng et al, Institute of Biomedical Engineering, University of Science and Technology of China; Cognitive...

Study on Multisensory Learning

  Multisensory auditory–visual interactions during early sensory processing in humans: a high-density electrical mapping study (2002) Sophie Molholm , Walter Ritter et al, Cognitive Neurophysiology Laboratory , Nathan Kline Institute for P...

Study on Right Hemisphere Superiority

 Intuition, insight, and the right hemisphere: Emergence of higher sociocognitive functions (2010)Simon M McCrea, University of British Columbia, CanadaScope: one of the first comprehensive neuropsychological overviews in the literature...