Brains of Children, Teenagers, and Adults Make Judgements Differently

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So wow children are different to adults…
Less of the sarcasm — we could assume that some mental processes, specifically brain activation patterns, remain similar through age and simply our knowledge base increases. This research shows that is not true.

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