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Teens with conduct disorder show disrupted connectivity between specific brain areas, finds study

May 3, 2018   0 Comments

Teens with conduct disorder show disrupted connectivity between specific brain areas

Thousands of teenagers in the U.S. exhibit behavioral tendencies that can be described as far from social norms. Their inability to control and regulate emotional outbursts makes them vulnerable to common mental disorders like anxiety or depression. Now, a recent study, published online in the journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience in April 2018, carried
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Mississippi teen with several mental disorders prisoned for nearly 4 years without psychiatric evaluation

January 9, 2018   0 Comments

Mississippi teen with several mental disorders prisoned for nearly 4 years without psychiatric evaluation

A 16-year-old Mississippi teenager allegedly stabbed his father’s girlfriend with a 10-inch butcher’s knife in November 2012 and then called 911 to report the incident. However, Tyler Douglas Haire quietly sat down on a tree stump outside his home, waiting for the police to arrive. Once the responders reached his house, Haire could not recall
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What causes teenage rebellion?

December 15, 2015   0 Comments

Society often looks at each generation of teenagers with confusion, wondering why they act certain ways. Blaming “raging hormones” is almost routine. Experts digging for the truth behind the stereotype find a mix of results concerning brain development, its influence on behavior and potential involvement with mental illness. One particular finding by Harvard Medical School
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