Learning from womb to tomb

April 2004
Future Times;2004, Vol. 2, p5
Reflects on human behavior and relationships. Trends in society which were apparent to a futurist in the 1970s; Data on links between regions of the human brain and heart and the functions they perform; Diagram of a pattern for conserving life cycle learning in education.


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