The myths of the teen mind For years, teenage impulsiveness and immature behavior was attributed to hormones. More recently, scientists have suggested the teenage brain is the problem. One psychologist says that theory is all wrong, and believes teenagers are capable of being far more mature and productive than we think.9:06 a.m.
Robert Epstein: Psychologist and visiting scholar at the University of California San Diego. He is the former editor-in-chief of Psychology Today and author of several books, including "The Case Against Adolescence."
Compassion key to understanding world's religions Religious thinker and writer Karen Armstrong argues that the major religions of the world share a view that compassion is essential. But she says those who worship God too frequently forget to practice compassion.10:06 a.m.
Karen Armstrong: Author of many books on Christianity, Islam and Buddhism. Her newest book is "The Case for God"