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How Single or Dual Parenting Affects Early Brain Development

There are 1 comment on the Time story from May 2, 2013, titled How Single or Dual Parenting Affects Early Brain Development. In it, Time reports that:

It's a study in mice, but results from an intriguing experiment suggests that having one or two parents can affect new nerve growth in the brain , and that male and females respond differently to these influences.

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SilverSwanBabies

Lansing, MI

#1 May 4, 2013
Mice and puppies can not adapt as well as humans.

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