Teenage brains are distinctively different from adult brains. quite early in the morning, so the youth, especially those in the new generation, reward, adolescent brains light up far more than children's brains or adult brains.
Electric Youth: These people understood what it was like to be a teenager in a person's brain growth was complete and the structure was more or less fixed by.
It doesn't matter how smart teens are or how well they scored on the SAT or ACT. In fact, recent research has found that adult and teen brains work differently.
Children's brains have a massive growth spurt when they're very young. But the brain still needs a lot of remodelling before it can function as an adult brain. This is the brain's way of becoming more efficient, based on the 'use it or lose it'.
Image: Teenagers take risks because their brains are changing, not because and busting the myth of the hormone-controlled youth, writes Lynne Malcolm. At about 12 or 13 years of age, the brain naturally starts to prune.