Synthesis of past neurolinguistic and neural network research confirming the benefits of early tutoring of all verbal skills.
On the need for early childhood mastery of reading skills.
Understanding why children who learn to read early generally become intellectually gifted.
Exploring the relations between the level of intelligence reached by an individual and the level of density reached by the cerebral structures that are established in the verbal areas through the kinaesthetic excitation induced by the use of the speech organs.
Understanding why early learning of reading skills favours such an efficient structuring of the verbal areas of the neocortex between birth and the age of 7.
Exploring the relations between language and non verbal sensory perceptions and the relations between words and objective reality.
Understanding how set processing in neural networks also applies to the functioning of the neocortex.
Understanding how educational techniques could be defined to generalize the acquisition of a superior level of intelligence by most children.