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Inside the Teenage Brain

3.93 of 5 stars 3.93  ·  rating details  ·  27 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Teenagers are perplexing, intriguing, and spirited creatures. In an attempt to discover the secrets to their thoughts and actions, parents have tried talking, cajoling, and begging them for answers. The result has usually been just more confusion. But new and exciting light is being shed on these mysterious young adults. What was once thought to be hormones run amuck can n ...more
ebook, 148 pages
Published January 16th 2010 by R & L Education (first published 2009)
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Dru
I was hoping for this book to be a lot more scientific. While it did have some basis in research, it didn't cite enough papers and didn't tie its advice to research as much as I'd hoped it would.

Also, the book in general was poorly organized, and the "did you know" and "tips" that were before and after each chapter seemed to have nothing to do with the chapters themselves.

All in all, a few tidbits to help me regain my sanity as I attempt to raise two teenagers, but not enough of what I was reall
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Zyonese
Excellent book! A great description of what really happens inside the teen's brain, clear enough for any parent to understand. Please read this book if you are a parent.
Evelyn
I gained great insight on teenaged behavior based on brain chemistry. Lots of practical parenting advice and help included!
Meesha
Fantastic! Somewhat repetetive, but the ideas were great. Really helped me with understanding my teen and his reactions.
Kat
A nice review of why teens do what they do...They don't have fully developed brains:)
Tammy Dabros-wulf
Must own, can't borrow it because I need to write in it.
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