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Often teens want others to

And as these norms are set in place as much by teens themselves as by their adult caretakers, teenage rebellion within teenage culture is also commonplace. Lustig notes that the efflorescence of rebellious attitudes in teenagers of other countries has been concurrent with the introduction of Western culture into those countries. The cognitive-control network, which imposes regulatory control over dangerous decision making, develops over a longer period of time, across the whole of adolescence. Trust is earned over time.

They are more likely to overestimate the risks, in fact.

Teens also, however, will take risks because they find the reward such as instant gratification or peer acceptance more valuable. Steinberg also posits that this is because teenage risk-taking is generated by competition between the socioemotional and cognitive-control networks. Both go through maturation processes during adolescence, but do so at different rates. Teens still want to be part of the crowd, they want a sense of belonging, and they still feel the pressure to do what everyone else is doing.

Often teens want others to notice them. Often teenage rebellion takes form in the violation of societal norms. Fathers, especially, need to let their daughters know they are beautiful inside and out.

By the time I was fifteen, I gave up. Specifically, the socioemotional network, which dictates responses to social and emotional stimulation, develops more rapidly and earlier during puberty.

Often teenage rebellion takes