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The Science Of Being 'Top Dog'

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Sometimes, Good Parents Produce Bad Kids

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Ada Calhoun, author of Instinctive Parenting, makes the case that children will turn out fine if parents simply trust their gut. But Po Bronson, co-author of NurtureShock, begs to differ — he says instincts may tell parents when something needs to be done, but not how to do it. He maintains experts are still relevant for that. hide caption

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Parenting Tips: Praise Can Be Bad; Lying Is Normal

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