In under 10 minutes Dr. Adriana Galvan, a professor of neuroscience, describes some features of teenage brain development. You may have heard about some of the ways that adolescents are generally more impulsive because their brains haven’t completed development. However, the growth that continues into young adulthood also presents some opportunities.
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