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Shanti Perez says
Thank you for your comment. Check out this wed site you may find it very interesting, (www.nimh.nihgov/healthy publications/theteenbrain:stillunderconstruction)
Thank you for your comment. Teens are still in there developmental stage, including there brains. There brains do not look like adult brains until they are in there twenties.
Reginald Boswell says
Thank you for your comment, your points are well taken. The problem is deeper than that. A teens frontal lobe of a teens brain is not developed until well into his teens. The frontal lobe is decision making part of the brain.
Thats right the psychological aspect should not be downplayed. Consequences of actions are not fully comprehended by teens.
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