New studies examine the teenage brain
from Science World Report
Why is it that teen boys seem to take more risks? There may actually be a biological explanation for it. Scientists have taken a closer look at specific brain mechanisms that may help explain what might be going on inside juvenile male brains. "Psychologists, psychiatrists, educators, neuroscientists, criminal justice professionals and parents are engaged in a daily struggle to understand and solve the enigma of teenage risky behaviors," said Pradeep Bhide, one of the researchers, in a news release.
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