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This is the first French-language book for the general reader on bilingualism from the earliest age. Most previous studies were published in specialized journals and in English, not easily accessible to non-specialists. A representative synthesis of current scientific trends and evidence of the interest among researchers in this field. Solid guidance for parents in search of good practices to develop with their children.
This educational manual, written by a neuropsychologist, explains everything parents can do to promote their child's brain development. Practical and educational advice that acts positively to help him/her acquire good intellectual and emotional skills.
When does the foetus start to dream? What are its early dreams? What is the function of infant dreams? What is the impact of nightmares? How do dreams evolve during adolescence? Gérard Bléandonu brings to these questions his experience as a psychotherapist specialising in children suffering from psychological difficulties. The author also makes use of recent findings in neuro-physiology which have improved our understanding of dream mechanisms. Gérard Bléandonu is a psychiatrist and head of Child Psychiatry at the regional hospital of Savoie, France. He is the author of numerous works on child and adolescent psychiatry.