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It kind of makes sense, but that's not to say poor children can't make up for it in later development stages.

Thanks for the post, but this would apprear to be another deliberate act of missing the point. I'm not sure wealth is the issue here, I think it's attention. Like the last commenter says, those advantages can be wiped out later in life with the correct stimulus.

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