Posts Tagged ‘teenage behaviour’

Robot baby dolls don’t curb teen pregnancies

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

As part of high school sex-ed programmes around the world, teachers give infant simulators to their female students, who care for the robot baby over the course of a few days. Janette Collins, a London-based youth counselor told the Financial Times last October. “It’s the very few girls who score really well that you have Read more

Cognitive change in the brain and teenagers’ behaviour

Friday, September 12th, 2014

Teenagers can do the craziest things. They drive at high speeds. They stand around outside loud parties and smoke weed in front of the cops. They guzzle liquor. They insult their parents – or lie to them – and feel no remorse, because, of course, their parents are idiots. It is easy to blame peer Read more