Teen brains under the microscope
Even though adults were once teenagers, they often treat teens like they're from Mars. Many times, teens feel they'd fit in better on another planet. Relationships matter a lot during the teen years, a time when teenage brains are changing rapidly. Surging hormones are often blamed for adolescent anxieties. More and more, however, scientists are realizing that important changes occur in the brain during the teen years. Spurts in brain development, not sudden bouts of madness, they say, may help explain why kids start caring about different things, acting in new ways, and taking risks as they make the transition to adulthood.
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Playing high school football changes the teenage brain
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A single season of high school football may be enough to cause microscopic changes in the structure of the brain, according to a new study by researchers at UC Berkeley, Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. These changes are located in the front and rear of the brain, where impacts are most likely to occur, as well as deep inside the brain. The researchers used a new type of magnetic resonance imaging MRI to take brain scans of 16 high school players, ages 15 to 17, before and after a season of football. They found significant changes in the structure of the grey matter in the front and rear of the brain, where impacts are most likely to occur, as well as changes to structures deep inside the brain. All participants wore helmets, and none received head impacts severe enough to constitute a concussion. The study, which is the cover story of the November issue of Neurobiology of Disease, is one of the first to look at how impact sports affect the brains of children at this critical age.
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Teen Brains, Under Construction
Advertisers and retailers are among the groups that study teen behavior. Based on their findings, they can tailor their ads and products to be attractive to teenagers. Should teens be targeted in this way? Do advertisers and the media have too much influence on kids? What dangers might there be in catering to teen tastes, anxieties, and concerns?
The mysteries of the teenage brain are being unlocked by neuroscience educator Nathan Wallis. Wallis took to the schools of Dunedin this week to share the tools and tips for raising healthy teenagers in the 21st Century. Skip to main content. Home Teenage brain under the microscope at Logan Park High. Teenage brain under the microscope at Logan Park High.