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How to raise a genius: lessons from a 45-year study of super-smart children

Tom Clynes
Nature 2016 September 8, 537 (7619): 152-5
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Dory Abelman

Interesting how the article recommends focusing on growth and improvement instead of success and failure. I think this is a positive and great message.

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Sanjay Srivatsa

Any ideas on how to raise a happy and contented child?

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Sophie Vigno

Love this article ! Very interresting :)

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Charles KAczey

Raising health children

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Akpan Ekong

Will appreciate a copy of this article.

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Ammar Bella

Cooy please

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Syed Haq

How to get the article?

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Frank Zito

Could you please Ensalada me a copy. Thanks!

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Gwendolyn Arndt

After raising a daughter on my own, I can honestly say you should follow their lead. Nurture whatever talent you see rise in them.

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Jie Wang

Interesting! It's not talking about how to make your child a STEM kid, but the ways where we can encourage the super-smart kids. But of course, there is No Need to make every one a genius. STEM are good, but they are not the best- which all of us should pursuit.

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Rachael Zugg

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John Biery

Awesome! My toddler and I will begin working now...... :)

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