On some cognitive tasks, 10-11 year olds often out perform 12-13 year olds. Why? A possible explanation for this is the “rewiring” of the prefrontal

 On some cognitive tasks, 10-11 year olds often out perform 12-13 year olds. Why? A possible explanation for this is the “rewiring” of the prefrontal cortex. In short, there is now evidence that the brains of teenagers are in fact different. I recommend reading the following article ( to an external site.)  before commenting. 

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