Cold Spring Harbor, Micklos, The Science of Eugenics,pg xi
Table of Contents
The Science of Eugenics.
The Improvement of the Human Race as Applied to the Responsibility of Bringing Children Into the World -- Weeding Out Degeneracy - Efficiency of Marriage - Physical and Mental Attributes Requisite - Heredity from Parents and Remote Ancestry - Selection, Elimination and Environment - Infancy to Maturity the Critical Periods...1
The Laws of Nature.
The Proper Age to Marry - The Parental Instinct - Weakening of Physical Power and Its Influence on Offspring - Effect of Mental and Manual Labor on the Instinct of Reproduction in the Species - Financial Considerations... 22
How to Have Perfect Children.
Child Bearing - Facts for Mothers - How Nature Works - The Mother Sole Arbiter of Her Child's Fate - How Mothers Can Have Perfect Children - Saving Children from Disease...30
The Brain of an Infant.
Developing the Brain - An Early Start Makes the Child a Winner - All Healthy Children Have an Equal Chance - How to Inspire Thought and Reason...38
Recent Scientific Discoveries.
The Brain and Its Operations - Educating the Brain of a Child - Why Children Are Good or Bad - Warding Off Evil - Laying the Foundation for a Brilliant Career...49
Preservation of Health.
Physical and Mental Training - How the Human Body is Strengthened - Immunity to Disease ... 57
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