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Early years study final report

Reversing the real brain drain, by M.N. McCain and J.F. & Mustard, J.F. , 1999, is available from Publications Ontario at the above URL.

From the Website: "The findings indicate that children's earliest experiences and interactions with adults and other children are far more important than previously realized. Initiatives for early child development and learning should be based on a solid understanding of brain development and the unique role that parents and other primary caregivers play in shaping the development of the brain."