Nov 11, 2013 ... SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA—Why do teens—especially adolescent males—
commit crimes more frequently than adults? One explanation may ...
Jun 14, 2015 ... P arents often complain their teenagers are moody, impulsive and self-centered
... What makes the teen brain so different from the adult brain?
Jan 28, 2015 ... New research shows that teenagers' brains aren't fully insulated, so the signals
travel slowly when they need to make decisions. Neuroscientist ...
Dec 2, 2007 ... Teens' brains hold key to their impulsiveness .... the adult system, which can
disrupt their development so severely that “they're never going be ...
Apr 15, 2016 ... GROSS: So you point out we know now that the brain is the last organ to fully
develop… JENSEN: Yes. GROSS: …And that the teenage brain is ...
Dec 2, 2007 ... The teenage brain, Laurence Steinberg says, is like a car with a good accelerator
but a weak brake. With powerful impulses under poor control, ...
While teen rebelliousness is a tale as old as time, there is significant evidence to
suggest the turmoil of the teenage years is caused at least in part by biology, ...
Despite the popular characterization of adolescents as impulsive and lacking ...
However, many youth who did so at an early age (80%) exhibited declining rates
Nov 8, 2007 ... Teenagers and adults often don't see eye to eye, and new brain ... adolescents
tend to behave in a more risky and impulsive manner than adults ... Sleep, And
How Cocaine Changes The Brain To Make Treatment So Difficult.
Sep 17, 2015 ... Adolescents are well-known for being irritable, impulsive, and craving ... to
decide against short-term rewards, they are capable of doing so.".