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TEDGlobal 2012 Sarah-Jayne Blakemore by Mind Map: TEDGlobal 2012
Sarah-Jayne Blakemore
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TEDGlobal 2012 Sarah-Jayne Blakemore

brain continues to develop up to 30s

puberty

adolescense

developments ends when a human is stable

prefrontal cortex

high level cognitive functions, decision making, planning, self awareness, social interactions

grey matter

preak gray matter, boys little bit later than girls, boys are later in puberty

gray matter declines after puberty

synpaptic pruning, less gray matter needed, synpapsis are strengthend, once not needed will be gone, Wikipedia page

second line enquiry

social brain

networkers brain

interact

soccer game

when missing a goal

every one outs hand to their head

we are good in reading people

loss of feed...

Probably some problems in the server closet..

Feed is back

control condition

ability to take in account some else perspective

still developped during adolecnse

is adolense a phenomenon?

it is written on early 1800s

risk taking

limbic system

rewarding etc.

prefrontal conrtex

development during adolecense

relative recent teaching

40% of teens dont have access to 2nd degree school

adolencense

risk taking

poor judgement

its part of the developement

What

Sarah‐Jayne Blakemore studies the social brain‐‐the network of brain regions involved in understanding other people‐‐and how it develops in adolescents.

MRI

MRI - structure

FRMI functional

development living human brain

Who

Sarah-Jayne Blakemore

cognitive neuroscientist

The Blakemore lab

@sjblakemore