The teenage brain For decades research has told us that teens do what they do because their brains don't work like adult brains. New research is telling us more about the differences between adults and teens. What does the new research tell us? How does it help us relate to the teens in our lives? And how does it affect policies in the juvenile justice and social service systems?10:06 a.m.
Beatriz Luna: Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the School of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. She has training in
psychiatry, psychology and neuroscience.