Decoding the mysteries of a child’s developing brain

Jenna Gallegos
Washington Post
September 1, 2017

We know brain development continues from infancy to adulthood, but many parents underestimate how much a child’s brain changes from year to year and how those changes can influence behavior.


Three main points from the article include:

  • Babies are surprisingly good at communicating
  • Toddlers are mentally incapable of sharing and self-control
  • Teenagers don't think with the same parts of their brain as adults


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