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More on Orchid and Dandelion Children

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009 | 5 Comments
A couple of weeks ago, we noted an article in The Atlantic that reported on a new theory of behavioral genetics. According to the theory, some children are like dandelions, able to thrive anywhere. Others are like orchids, hypersensitive to the environments read more »

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