Adolescent Development: Forensic Implications. Daniel L. Davis, Ph.D., ABPP (Forensic) firstname.lastname@example.org Juvenile Justice: Law, Policy and Opportunities for Reform Chase College of Law Northern Kentucky University October 11 2013. Acknowledgements.
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Daniel L. Davis, Ph.D., ABPP (Forensic)
Juvenile Justice: Law, Policy and Opportunities for Reform
Chase College of Law
Northern Kentucky University
October 11 2013
~Steinberg, L. and Scott, E. (2003)
Adolescent Development: Research on Clinical/Legal Considerations *~ Steinberg (2003) (Essentially on of two sources of “Juvenile Norms”)
Disorders (learning disabilities)
Why this matters
signify increases in other developmental areas
characteristics in question
Age in yearsBrain Development in Healthy Children & Adolescents Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional Data (243 Scans from 145 Subjects)
Frontal Gray Matter
Dendrites & Synapses
Diamond, Hopson, Scheibel, 1998
3 MONTHS OLD
When reading emotion, teens (left) rely more on the amygdala, while adults (right) rely more on the frontal cortex.
Deborah Yurgelon-Todd, 2000
James Bjork, Ph.D, NIAAA, 2004