The Teenage Brain

The Teenage Brain

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Olivia Oler Chloe Sellers Corinne Mulert Madelyn McQueen

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  • The Unique Teenage brain
  • Girls’ language development is much quicker than boys, creating an advantage in reading and writing. Male and female brains physically look different too 
  • The male brain is wired to compartmentalize information, like the precise, individual squares in a big Belgian waffle.
  • Teens who abuse substances around around 14-18 years old are 6 times more likely to become addicted & have memory problems
  • 11% of all alcohol is consumed by teens
  • Brain Genious!!
  • Btw, Depression & Social Media are linked!
  • Social Media 
  • Anddd, People who use more than 7 different social medias are more than 3x more likely to have depression
  • Plus!! Teens often feel emotionally invested in social media, so much it creates anxiety
  • It also can lower teens self-esteem
  • Brain Development
  • Teenagers are either very emotionally involved or isolated. In these moments, teens dont understand risks and consequences fully.  Teens continue to develop and can't always be held accountable
  • Depressed
  • Joyful
  •  Its development, along with hormonal changes, may give rise to newly intense experiences of rage, fear, disappointment, frustration, and many tears
  • Frustrated
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