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I've watched the "My Brilliant Brain: Born Genius" documentary where they refer to the Abecedarian Project, in that investigation, a group of children that were exposed to early childhood education observed long-term benefits, such as higher scores in intelligence tests than those children that weren't exposed to early education.

Are there peer-reviewed studies on the optimal ways to teach new parents on how to obtain similar results?

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@ChuckSherrington I appreciate it, thanks – rraallvv Jan 10 '13 at 18:58

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