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The Teenage Brain -   Teens don’t have the self control and emotional processing that adults have.  What parents have known forever, science has now proven.   The frontal lobe in their brains will not be fully developed until they are 25 years old.  Parenting teens is tough... I think it helps a little to understand what's actually happening in their brains.

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The Teenage Brain - Teens don’t have the self control and emotional processing that adults have. What parents have known forever, science has now proven. The frontal lobe in their brains will not be fully developed until they are 25 years old.

Een wel zeer mooie en heldere infografiek over de breinhelften (niet enkel over de mythe) | X, Y of Einstein?

Een wel zeer mooie en heldere infografiek over de breinhelften (niet enkel over de mythe)

Split Brain Patients Reveal Brain's Flexibility via Scientific American

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The Teen Brain

Brain maturation: The last section to connect is the frontal lobe, responsible for cognitive processes such as reasoning, planning, and judgment. Normally this mental merger is not completed until somewhere between ages 25 and

Adolescence: Cognitive: This website provides parents with a guide to understand the way their teens think.

How To Understand Teenage Brain Development?

This is the time when actual changes start taking place. Want to have keen understanding on your teen’s growth? Here you’ll learn teenage brain growth

The Teen Brain: It's Just Not Grown Up Yet : NPR

The Teen Brain: It's Just Not Grown Up Yet

Scientists used to think teenage brains are just like those of adults — with fewer miles on them. Teens' brains are developmentally different. One neurologist mother decided to get to the roots of her son's maddening behavior.

Why Do We Get Nervous? What causes those butterflies in your stomach?

Why Do We Get Nervous?

We all get nervous sometimes. Whether it's social interactions, a performance or an actual threat, the same mechanism is at play, just at different.

http://momentousinstitute.org/blog/upstairs-and-downstairs-brain

We love the concept of the upstairs and the downstairs brain from The Whole-Brain Child. What part of the brain is the child using? How can we help guide him through this situation? Dive into a little brain lesson with us!

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