There’s endless questions we could ask about how the brain works. A particularly interesting one: what's unique about the brain during adolescence?
During adolescence our brains are wired differently than adult brains will be – and for good reason. In adolescence our brains are in a process of development – so we’re less inhibited, allowing us to take the risks we need to learn about the world. In addition, the difference in brain physiology has other ramifications on behavior and needs. Ignoring them can make life more difficult for kids and parents.
On this edition of Two Guys On Your Head, Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke attempt to demystify the adolescent brain. Watch their conversation in the video player at the top of this post, and listen to our broadcast spot above.