Why are They So Weird?: What's Really Going on in a Teenager's Brain

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Why are They So Weird?: What's Really Going on in a Teenager's Brain - Strauch, Barbara

As Strauch reveals, scientists now recognize that there is a biological component to why teenagers are so likely to slam the door and hide out in their rooms at the least provocation. There is a reason they are alternatively articulate and idealistic one moment, and incoherent and self-centered the next, or like to remain cocooned in their beds ...

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