EARLY CHILDHOOD: Brain Development and Communication


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NeuroScience. Cognition. Trauma.

    00.00 Minute. Intro: Michael Jackson Childhood and Allan Schore.
    03.00 Minute. Circle of Security. Bert Powell. Jude Cassidy. Why didn’t someone tell me?
    05.30 Minute. Jill Stamm. Bright from the start. Attention. Bonding. Communication.
    05.30 Minute: Allan Schore: Complex states of Consciousness.Trauma: Bryan Post. Bruce Perry.
    09.30 Minute: Dr. David Walsh. Brain growth and third objects. Cognition and Toys.
    11.00 Minute. Jill Stamm. Toys, Stuff and Relationship. Eye Conatct. Kohut: The Gleam in the Mothers Eye.
    14.30 Minute. NeuroScience. David Walsh. Cells that fire together wire together. Celldeath.
    15.30 Minute. J. Stamm. Television kills Cognition. Film: Neuro-Landscapes. Idendity. Mind Maps.
    21.00 Minute. Allan Schore. Right Brain. Visuell. Nonverbal. No Context. Bowlby Attachment Theory.
    22.45 Minute. Bill Post. Left Brain and Cognition. Wired for Success. Brain and buisness. Bill Gates & Co.
    26.00 Minute. Neurons and Creativity. Brain Complexity. Brainstorm. Bill Post.
    28.45 Minute. Neuro-Marketing. fMRI – Original live Brain Scans. Brands and Brain activation.
    30.30 Minute. fMRI – Original live Brain Scans. Brain activation if you see „Hollywood Action.
    32.45 Minute. David Brooks. Aspen. NeuroScience. Internet-Communities and Sociology. Facebook commercial.
    36.00 Minute. LOVE. Relationships and Family. Positive vs. negative Communication.
    37.30 Minute. Love-Song-Video. Silbermond: The Best. Secure Relationship and Love.
    41.00 Minute. Braintest. How do you think? With the left or right brain?
    43.30 Minute. Personality Disorder. Allan Schore. Affectregulation. Early Traumas.
    45.00 Minute. Daniel Mackler. Broken Wings. Schizophrenia and Therapy.
    46.00 Minute. Trauma. Alice Miller. Free from lies. Allan Schore. Affectregulation.
    48.30 Minute. Bruce Berry. Daniel Siegel. Trauma. Brain. Relationship. Parents and Terror.
    53.30 Minute. Winnicott. Conclusion Video-Mix: Innocence meets Hurt. Now Moments.
    58.00 Minute. Thanks to all.
    59.45 Minute. The one and only: Childhood 1995

Cognitive, emotional, and social capacities are inextricably intertwined throughout the life course. The brain is a highly interrelated organ, andits multiple functions operate in a richly coordinated fashion. Emotional well-being and social competence provide a strong foundation for emerging cognitive abilities, and together they are the bricks and mortar that comprise the foundation of human development. The emotional and physical health,
social skills, and cognitive-linguistic capacities that emerge in the early years are all important prerequisites for success in school and later in the workplace and community. Toxic stress damages developing brain architecture, which can lead to life-long problems in learning, behavior, and physical and mental health. Scientists now know that chronic, unrelenting stress in early childhood, caused by extreme poverty, repeated abuse, or severe maternal depression, for example, can be toxic to the developing brain. While positive stress (moderate, short-lived physiological responses to uncomfortable experiences) is an important and necessary aspect of healthy development, toxic stress is the strong, unrelieved activation of the body’s stress management system. In the absence of the buffering protection of adult support, toxic stress becomes built into the body by processes that shape the architecture oft he developing brain.

For more information, see “The Science of Early Childhood Development”

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