Alvin Rosenfeld

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Lecturer at Harvard Medical School's Center for Mental Health and Media and co-author of The Over-Scheduled Child: Avoiding the Hyper-Parenting Trap

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Albert Einstein  was a universally recognized genius of the 20th Century, but he didn't learn to talk until he was five.

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Albert Einstein was a universally recognized genius of the 20th Century, but he didn't learn to talk until he was five.

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