Teenagers are the most wonderfully aggravating creatures on the planet and a cursory review of the literature helps explain why.
- Teaching teens about their brain and brain development is a powerful tool in ensuring their future success.
- The amygdala is fully developed at birth but the pre-fontal cortex is not developed fully until the mid-20’s. This helps explain why teens struggle to see the big picture and make rational decisions.
- Handy definition
- Kids Health has some great resources for teens and parents
- Jill Bolt Taylor’s Ted Talk is here
- ‘Why Do They Act That Way?’ by David Walsh
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