I settled down to watch Channel 4's latest 'we've put cameras everywhere' documentary last night. Rather than a family home, or a secondary school, the focus this time was a nursery and playground. The stars? A group of 4-year-old children meeting each other for the first time.
Child/developmental psychology is still an area that fascinates me, and one in which I previously-imagined forging a career. There's an almost miraculous process that takes place in years 1-10, where our ideas of social norms are formed, the development of personality arises, and crucial lessons are learned which will help define who we grow-up to be. A handful of these really stood-out for me in this episode, as useful reminders for any team:Read More