Wired summarizes an egghead study for the rest of us.
Parents may benefit from understanding that when they criticize their adolescents, adolescents may experience strong negative emotional reaction, may have difficulty cognitively controlling this emotion and may also find it challenging to understand the parent’s perspective or mental state.
(From a study summarized in Wired.)
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2 thoughts on “The Teen Brain “Shuts Down” When It Hears Mom’s Criticism”
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It puts up a force-field when it hears dad’s criticism.