Pruning, Myelination, and the Remodeling Adolescent Brain | Psychology Today UK

How do changes in the brain during adolescence lead to integration and more efficient functioning? Pruning and myelination are at the heart of this vital period of remodeling.
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This can help to explain the high rate of suicide and mental trauma amongst young people, especially., boys..

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