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174 Adolescent Brain Development – Coates

adolescent brain, adolescent brain development, transitions

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Dr. Denny Coates is the CEO of Performance Support Systems, publisher of adult assessment, learning systems, and adolescent brain development. To support this work Denny has studied brain function and brain development since 1987. His focus during the past six years has been speaking and writing to help parents, mentors and therapists understand how to maximize the development of the adolescent brain. His interview at CBJ/174 interestingly dovetails with this School Culture interview at CBJ/173 with a focus on markers and tasks for adolescent development.


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