More and more, neuroscientists are finding evidence that the brains of adolescents are wired differently than adults'. Functional magnetic resonance imaging, or fMRI, is a key tool to understand how the minds of young people change physically from childhood to adulthood. This Human Bulletin reports on an fMRI study recently published in the journal Nature Neuroscience that investigated the "reward centers" in teenage and adult brains.
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