Advances in neuroscience and the behavioral sciences are changing what people have always believed about the development of the brain and how it contributes to who we are and how we treat mental illness.
At birth, a child’s brain is a work in progress. The initial framework with the capacity for joy, happiness, shyness, and fear is laid down in development, determined by "nature" or the genetic blueprints from the parents.
From there, the structure of the brain is s...
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