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How will this policy respond to the rapidly changing environment we now live in, with regards to technology and new learnings in brain development?
Being an evidence-based party, TOP is best placed to keep abreast of new developments in science and technology. For example, neuroscience is uncovering new knowledge around plasticity (our brain’s ability to change), and has recently discovered the importance of the stories we tell being the drivers of our perceptions. TOP believe such knowledge needs to be shared among our families and communities, rather than being held by trained professionals or academics.
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