The Science of How it Works

Constant Cognitive Connection™

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The triangle effect created between the color calibration, geometric shapes, and the face will allow a child to cognitively imprint the association of all three elements. 


  

Constant

con·stant/ˈkänstənt/adjectiveadjective: 

1: occurring continuously over a period of time."learning is constant" synonyms:continual, continuous, persistent, sustained, around/round-the-clock; 


Cognitive 

 /ˈkäɡnədiv/ adjective

adjective: cognitive relating to cognition.

1: of, relating to, being, or involving conscious intellectual activity (such as thinking, reasoning, or remembering) cognitive impairment 

 
 

Connection

 con·nec·tion/kəˈnekSH(ə)n/nounnoun: connection; plural noun: connections; noun: connexion; plural noun: connexions

1: a relationship in which a person, thing, or idea is linked or associated with something else."the connections between social attitudes and productivity" synonyms:link, relationship, relation, interconnection, interdependence, association 

The Benefit Circle™

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The goal of each LEGACY style is to generate and stimulate interactions between parent and child. It is this connection made during the early bonding phase that is a key component of a child's physical, emotional, social and mental development. With the addition of "The Cube", the interactive play allows a child to continue the calibration of their sight, hand and eye coordination, and mental development. 

Reference

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  1. Howe CQ, Purves D (2005) Perceiving Geometry: Geometrical Illusions explained by Natural Scene Statistics. New York: Springer Press.  
  2. Purves D, Cabeza R, Huettel SA, LaBar KS, Platt ML, and Woldorff M (2012) Principles of Cognitive Neuroscience, 2nd edition. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer Associates.  
  3. American Optometric Association: Infant Vision: Birth  to 24 months of Age.  
  4. National Center for Biology Information: Infant Visual Habituation by John Colombo and D. Wayne Mitchell. 
  5. BabyCenter Medical Advisory Board 
  6. Mayo Clinic: Healthy Lifestyles: Infant and Toddler Health by Mayo Clinic Staff
  7. UCSD: Department of Psychology: Infant Vision Laboratory
  8. SDSU: Infant & Child Development Lab.