Monthly Archives: October 2012

Research Highlights Strengths Of Adolescent Brain

NPR talks with researchers who’ve found the teen-age brain may be much more complicated than previously believed. The reason: Adolescents need flexibility to absorb and process new information to make rational, more than impulsive, decisions. Research Highlights Strengths Of Adolescent … Continue reading

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Childhood stimulation key to brain development, study finds

Twenty-year research project shows that the most critical aspect of cortex development in late teens was stimulation at age four by Alok Jha, science correspondent The Guardian, Sunday 14 October 2012 16.30 EDT An early childhood surrounded by books and … Continue reading

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