Marty Wolner Inside The Teenage Brain Summary

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The article “Inside the Teen Brain” by Marty Wolner, states that brain researchers can scan teen’s brain to observe impulsive and egocentric decisions which may sometimes lead to risky behavior. Brain development is more active and dynamic in the teens. Information processed in the limbic system, may result in impulsive, egocentric, and risky behavior. For teenagers this time of their life can be creative and emotional roller coaster ride with thrills and chills, but nerve wracking and terrifying for parents. A teenager can learn to be less impulsive and egocentric and make better decisions by the help of parents. Parents decide how
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