Week 3 - TeenagerBrainDevelopment andIdentity WEEKTHREE

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WEEK THREE Teenager Brain Development  and Identity 
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Review Homework and Future Assignments Homework #1 Briefly Review concepts of Nature, Nurture, and None of the Above Citation and Plagiarism Homework #2 Short Writing Assignment
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Bainbridge, D. (2009).  Teenagers: A natural history.  Vancouver,  http://www.davidbainbridge.org/ p. 73-88: Bainbridge argues that, “the behaviors and responses we  learn as flexible, malleable teenagers often dictate the  course of the rest of our lives” (2009, p. 75). What does he  mean by this and do you agree with this statement? What is a major advantage of the human brain? (p. 86)   How does this advantage relate to the teenage brain?
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Bainbridge, D. (2009).  Teenagers: A natural history.  Vancouver,  p. 113-128: According to Bainbridge what is the function of sleep for  teenagers? Bainbridge discusses several noted characteristics of  teenagers, such as aggression, fear, and sleepiness.   However, these characteristics all lead support to his central  argument. Summarize Bainbridge’s central argument in  your own words.
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Bainbridge, D. (2009).  Teenagers: A natural history.  Vancouver,  What are the weaknesses of the chapters? What is Bainbridge suggesting – nature, nurture, or both as 
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course EDUCATION 0819 taught by Professor Grosik during the Fall '10 term at Temple.

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Week 3 - TeenagerBrainDevelopment andIdentity WEEKTHREE

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