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Dr McIntosh and the Neuroscience of Shared Parenting - Dr Allan Schore and Dr Daniel Siegel

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Uploaded on Jan 24, 2012

Evidence from neurobiology is considered by some to justify opposing Shared Parenting in the first few years of a babies life. Dr Allan Schore, also known as the 'American Bowlby', argues that this period is critical. But this is still a minority view and Dr Daniel Siegel, from the Havard Medical School, go on to argue that a child may have more than one 'primary carer' and that the role is not gender specific.

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