Live Wires

Judith Widener Muir
Introduction by Gerard Berry, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics
at Harvard Medical School


In Live Wires Judy Muir uses the latest neuroscientific findings to provide a voice of reason in the heated parenting debate. She reminds us that our children are not science projects to manipulate for optimum results. When we understand the real relationship between experience and the brain, we can help teens maximize their potential in today’s competitive world without harming them.

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About the Author

Judy Muir has over four decades of experience in the educational field. As an educational consultant, she works with college-bound students throughout the world. Muir has worked with many respected independent schools in the Houston area. Muir holds her Ed. M.from Harvard in Mind, Brain and Education, an interdisciplinary program that investigates cognitive development, genetics and neuroscience from infancy through early adulthood and their relationship to learning and education. She uses innovative techniques to help parents and students achieve their educational goals while maintaining healthy, meaningful lives. Muir and her husband Robert live in Houston, Texas, and have three children and eight grandchildren.

Gerard Berry, MD, is director of the Metabolism Program at Boston Children’s Hospital and a Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. One of the nation’s leading specialists in the study and treatment of galactosemia, he is board certified in biochemical genetics, pediatrics and pediatric endocrinology.