Teenagers Find it Difficult to Concentrate Because Their Brains Are Undeveloped

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Teens and young adults brains similar to much younger children.

New research from the UK has found that teenagers and young adults find it hard to concentrate because their brains are more similar to those of much younger children than those of mature adults, with more grey matter but lower efficiency. The findings suggest the brain is not fully developed until people reach their late twenties or even early thirties, which is much later than previously thought.

 

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