The mommy brain [electronic resource] : how motherhood makes us smarter

“Paperback edition first published in 2005 by Basic Books.”

Includes bibliographical references (p. 245-269) and index

Smarter than we think — Honey, the kids shrunk my brain! — The nearly uncharted wilderness of mothers’ brains — Perception : the expanding realm of a mother’s senses — Efficiency : how necessity is the mother of multitasking — Resiliency : reducing stress, enhancing smarts — Motivation : how mothers summon courage & ambition — Emotional intelligence : how motherhood teaches social smarts — Mr. Moms & other altruists : paybacks to proxies — Better than business school : mothers’ added value at work — Smarter than ever : why motherhood today takes a lot of brains — Re-engineering the mommy track : ideas from some brainy travelers — Political drive : the magic of motivated mothers — Neuroscientists know best : 10 tips to make the most of your mommy brain

Electronic reproduction

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