Trouble in Mind

A neuropsychologist muses on brains, books and being happy

Brilliant, Brazen, Teenage Brains

Teenage brains are like adult brains after four glasses of wine. But without the wine effect the teen is less likely to take the risks necessary to move out of home and into adulthood. Read More

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Jenni Ogden, Ph.D., is a clinical neuropsychologist and author of Trouble in Mind: Stories from a neuropsychologist's casebook, and the text, Fractured Minds.


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