Censored: The Science of Human Nature and Early Childhood Experience

Proceedings of the conference on Human Nature, Early Experience and the Environment of Evolutionary Adaptedness hosted by Darcia Narvaez and held at Notre Dame in October 2010 (and quickly forgotten)

Remember: none of this ever actually happened.   This is fake news put out by russian spies.  This knowledge of who we are as a species, who our children are, and who they could be, is absolutely verboten under the holy dogma of expert medical science.    That’s why the learned elders of the almighty National Institutes of Health censored the taxpayer funded research of their own James Prescott in the 1970’s.  http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2018/03/how-the-empires-child-abusers-censored-revolutionary-research-into-causes-of-violence/

The uniform silence and censorship of this information for 40 years is compelling evidence that western medicine, western childhood “experts” and western journalism are all under the control of (at minimum) very questionable people who appear to be acting under the disaster capitalism business model as with the Great Ripoff of the 1930’s.   http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2015/02/milton-friedman-on-the-origins-of-the-great-ripoff/ The agenda is war, violence and misery for the sake of war, violence and misery.   Chaos in the streets reinforces the flow of money and obedience to central authority.   Social control 101.  http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/02/the-war-on-empathy-love-and-family/

Authority simulacrum, YOU’RE FIRED!

Follow this link to see a list of brilliant presentations in video form, from this important event:

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10

Jaak Panksepp: Social Emotion Systems of Mammalian Brains and Vicissitude of Early Social Bonds: The Transformation of Social Delight to Grief, Depression and Despair

James Prescott – Developmental Biobehavioral Sciences and Moral Behavior

Allan Schore – Environment of evolutionary adaptedness’: Recent studies on the interpersonal neurobiology of attachment and emotional development

MONDAY, OCTOBER 11

Session Two

Welcome and opening remarks

S. W. Porges – The Early Development of the Autonomic Nervous System Provides a Neural Platform for Social Behavior

C. S. Carter – Oxytocin and Early Experience

Alison Fleming – Dopamine: Another Magic Bullet in the Regulation of Caregiver Responsivity?

Session Three

Wenda R. Trevathan – Birth and the First Postnatal Hour

Pranee Liamputtong – Infant Feeding Practices: Rates, Risks of Not Breastfeeding & Factors Influencing Breastfeeding

Helen Ball – Night-time Nurturing: An Evolutionary Perspective on Breastfeeding and Sleep

Colwyn Trevarthen – Ready to Share Experience From Birth

Discussion: End of day one

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12

Session Four

Vincent Felitti – Adverse Childhood Experiences and Their Relationship to Adult Health and Well-being: Turning Gold into Lead

Joseph Flanders – Rough-and-Tumble Play and the Cooperation-Competition Dilemma: Evolutionary and Developmental Perspectives on the Development of Social Competence

Session Five

Douglas Fry – Rough-and-Tumble Play, and the Selection of Restraint in Human Aggression

Augustin Fuentes – Social Cooperation, Niche Construction, and the Core Role of Intergenerational Bonding in Human Evolution

Open Discussion from the end of the second day of the symposium

Jay Belsky – Why – Not How – Would Natural Selection Craft an Organism Whose Future Functioning Is Influenced By Its Earlier Experiences?

Lysa Parker – Attachment Parenting International

The index to the above was rescued from the oblivion of a dead link found at https://www3.nd.edu/~dnarvaez/  .   It’s very important that our assigned authority figures determine what is real and what is fake news for us.   The lobotomy of humanity is for our own good.

https://web.archive.org/web/20130329070721/http://ccf.nd.edu/symposium/symposium-presentations/