Student’s Name Course Date Informed Content for Research Introduction The clip inside the teenage brain explains several matters concerning children at the adolescent stage. How they are affected by the stage and more of relationship with the family during these time the experience several changes in their minds and body as well. The adolescent brains are so different from the adults the adult ones. This is distinguished from the activities undertaken by the two. At this stage of the teen there is a rapid development of the brain. Production brain development. More so freedom from parents needs to be restricted to keep these teens from more risks. It can be more advisable for parents to accompany them wherever they go for their safety. Works Cited Albert Dustin Jason Chein and Laurence Steinberg. "The teenage brain: Peer influences on adolescent decision making." Current directions in psychological science 22.2 (2013): 114-120. Powell Kendall. "Neurodevelopment: How does the teenage brain work?." Nature 442.7105 (2006): 865-867. Strauch Barbara. The primal teen: What the new discoveries about the teenage brain tell us about our kids. Anchor 2007. [...]
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