Brain scan study to understand workings of teenage mind


Teenagers frequently complain that they're misunderstood - but now a major new study could change all that.

British scientists are scanning the brains of 300 young people between the ages of 14 and 24 to try and understand how the brain is rewired as teenage years give way to maturity.

Science correspondent Pallab Ghosh has had exclusive access to the project.

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