Big thinkers on children's brain development
Psychologist Alison Gopnik says that scientists have learned more about the brains of young children in the last thirty years than they had in the previous two thousand. Also segments from the TED Twin Cities conference held at the Science Museum Wednesday on new ideas being tried in Minnesota to promote child development.
- Alison Gopnik: Teaches psychology and directs a cognitive development lab at the University of California at Berkeley. Her most recent book is "The Philosophical Baby"