Posts Tagged ‘children’s brains’

This Family Is Learning as They Go What It’s Like to Have a Child In Their Midst Whose Behavior Resembles a Pint-Sized Henry Kissinger’s—That Is, A Big Picture Thinker

Today’s commentary was prompted by listening to one mother’s frustration with a precocious, hyperactive six-year-old. Among other things, she says, “He never quits asking questions.” He also seems to be an extremely healthy demonstration of what chaos scientists call “self-organized criticality,” about which I’ll say more in detail later.
In general terms, this kid’s brain cycles [...]