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IQ-Baby - Table of Contents

About Intelligence

General intelligence refers to the existence of a common ability that influences performance on mental ability measures.

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence is an array of noncognitive capabilities, competencies, and skills that influence one’s ability to succeed

Early Stimulation

Babies are born with an innate need to learn. At birth, your baby's brain contains 100 billion of neurons.
 
 

IQ-Baby - Table of Contents - EBook

 
2.1 - What is Intelligence?
2.2 - General Intelligence - Factor 'G'
2.3 - Measurement of Intelligence - Scale Benet
2.4 - Coefficient Is Intellectual - IQ
2.5 - Multiple Intelligences
2.6 - Emotional Intelligence
2.7 - Social Intelligence
2.8 - Fluid and Crystallized Intelligence
2.9 - Where in Human Brain Intelligence Reside?
2.10 - Factors Affecting Intelligence
2.11 - Children Are Smarter Every Day - Flynn Effect
2.12 - The Intelligent Living Longer
2.13 - Are You Smart or Just 'Clever' (Ready)?
2.14 - Fourteen Interesting Facts About Intelligence
2.15 - Famous People and their IQ Scores
 
3.1 - The "Project Family"
3.2 - The Sentient Pre-nate: What Every Parent Should Know
3.3 - Project Pre-learn
3.4 - Prenatal Infant Stimulation Program
3.5 - Milwaukee Study - Other Studies Related With Prenatal Stimulation
3.6 - The Glenwood State School
3.7 - Other Examples of IQ Increase
3.8 - Conclusions
 
4.1 - Preparation of the Mom
4.2 - Preparation of the Dad
4.3 - Environmental Pollution and Sex-Male Under Threat
 
5.1 - Learn the Most Suitable Period (Ovulation & Conception)
5.2 - Process of Conception
5.3 - The "Olympic Champion"
5.4 - Prince or Princess?
5.5 - Did you know ...?
 
6.1 - First Weeks
6.2 - Just Relax Mom - End of Shared Stress
6.3 - I'll Remember This Mom and Dad
6.4 - Bonding for Life - From Me to We
6.5 - Magical Music - Rhythms of Life
6.6 - Months 1-3 - Enriching Mom
6.7 - Month Four - Strengthening the Bond
6.8 - Month Six - Boogie Baby, Boogie!
6.9 - Month Seven - A Pleasing Personality
6.10 - Month Eight - Alert and Alive
6.11 - Month Nine - It is lightening!
6.12 - Month Ten - Let Me Outta Here!
 
7.1 - Dos and Don't Dos
7.2 - Don'ts
7.3 - Womb Safety
7.4 - Emotion and Stress Solutions During Pregnancy
7.5 - Memory Loss during Pregnancy
7.6 - Environmental Pollution and Pregnancy
7.7 - Other Factors
 
8.1 - Introduction - Nutrition and a Fit Mom
8.2 - Fishes and other Seafood
8.3 - Vitamin B - Complex Especially Folic Acid
8.4 - Iodine- Importance of the Copper
8.5 - Importance of Copper
8.6 - Iron- Malnutrition and the Brain
8.7 - What are Neurotransmitters?
8.8 - Malnutrition and the Brain
 
9.1 - Introduction to Womb School
9.2 - Early Stimulation in the Womb- Music Womb
9.3 - Music Womb
9.4 - Mozart Effect
9.5 - General Recommendations
 
10.1 - Signs of Labor
10.2 - Caring for the Best
10.3 - During Delivery
10.4 - How would You Want to Deliver Your Baby?
10.5 - Methods of Delivery
10.6 - Importance of Oxygen in the First Second of Life
10.7 - Facts and General Recommendations.
 
11.1 - Effect of Breast Feeding on Intelligence in Children
11.2 - Why Good Nutrition is Crucial for Children's Early Years
11.3 - Nutritional and Recommended Foods for Babies and Children
11.4 - Fruits and Vegetables Recommended for Children
11.5 - Fish and Sea Food- Omega 3, Iodine
11.6 - Omega 3
11.7 - Importance of Copper and other Minerals
11.8 - Vitamins
11.9 - Beware of Apples and Other Fruits
11.10 - Kids Who Eat Fast Foods Have Lower IQs
11.11 - Other Considerations
 
12.1 - Give Your Child the Gift of Self-Esteem
12.2 - Give Unconditional Love
12.3 - Respond Promptly When Your Baby Cries
12.4 - Play With Your Baby, When He Is Alert
12.5 - Music - Sing songs
12.6 - Bath Time
12.7 - Make Meals and Rest Times Positive
12.8 - Use the Diaper Time
12.9 - Provide Clear Responses to Your Baby's Actions
12.10 - Build Trust by Being Attentive and Focused
12.11 - Match Your Tempo to Your Child's Temperament
12.12 - Help Your Baby to Gain Confidence
12.13 - Expressing Joy and Interest in Your Baby
12.14 - Set up a Safe Environment for your Crawling Baby or Toddler
12.15 - Teach Limits!
12.16 - Use Positive Discipline
12.17 - Model Empathic Feelings for Others
12.18 - Celebrate the Positive
12.19 - Support Healthy Risks
12.20 - Let Mistakes Happen
12.21 - Have a Pet
12.22 - Raise a Few Vegetables
12.23 - Read Fat Books With Complicated Plots and Big Words
12.24 - Cook and Bake Together
12.25 - Plan your Vacations and Weekends as a Family
12.26 - Listen Well the Opinions of Children
12.27 - Resist Comparisons
12.28 - Offer Empathy and Redirect Inaccurate Beliefs
12.29 - Provide Encouragement
12.30 - Your baby knows when you're faking it!
 
13.1 - Baby Stimulation and Development
13.2 - Infant Massages
13.3 - Choose Appropriate Toys
13.4 - Games
13.5 - Have Meaningful Conversations
13.6 - Reading
13.7 - Arrange Supervised Play with Messy Materials.
13.8 - Music
13.9 - Foster an Early Passion for Books
13.10 - Play Games That Involve the Hands and Sequences
13.11 - Sports
13.12 - Select Old Classic Movies for Children as Dumbo, Pinocchio, etc.
13.13 - Stimulation Programs for Children
13.14 - Others Methods to Stimulate
13.15 - Kids Who Get Spanked May Have Lower IQs
 
14.1 - The Importance of Early Learning
14.2 - Learning to Speak - Stages
14.3 - When to Start to Teach a Child to Read?
14.4 - Previous Early Reading Studies
14.5 - How to Teach Your Baby to Read - Glenn Doman Method
14.6 - Benefits of Stimulation to Learn How to Read Early on
14.7 - Learning Two Languages (Bilingual Children)
14.8 - Other Early Learning Programs
 
15.1 - Legos
15.2 - Origami
15.3 - Music Lessons
15.4 - Board Game "Go"
15.5 - Board Game Chess
15.6 - Card Game Set
15.7 - Other Types of the Board Game
15.8 - Tetris - Video Games
15.9 - The Gathering Cards
15.10 - Movie Donald Duck in Mathamagic Land
15.11 - What You Need to Know When You Want to Promoting Love for Math
15.12 - How to Teach Your Baby Math - Glenn Doman Method
15.13 - Conclusion