Dec 14

Grey Matter: Parenting and the Science Behind the Teenage Brain

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James Room (Barnard Hall)
  • Add to Calendar 2021-12-14 18:00:00 2021-12-14 19:00:00 Grey Matter: Parenting and the Science Behind the Teenage Brain The COVID-19 crisis sparked many deep uncertainties, and the past 20-plus months have affected young people's ability to remain resilient in the face of compounding academic, personal, and societal stressors. This special panel discussion will examine the cognitive impact of this unique period in time on the teenage brain, and help parents understand why teenagers act the way they do so that parents can best support their teens through this transition. Featuring President Sian Beilock, incoming Professor BJ Casey, Adriana Galvan ’01, Professor Russell Romeo, and Marina Catallozzi, Vice President of Health & Wellness.  James Room (Barnard Hall) Barnard College barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com America/New_York public

The COVID-19 crisis sparked many deep uncertainties, and the past 20-plus months have affected young people's ability to remain resilient in the face of compounding academic, personal, and societal stressors. This special panel discussion will examine the cognitive impact of this unique period in time on the teenage brain, and help parents understand why teenagers act the way they do so that parents can best support their teens through this transition.

Featuring President Sian Beilock, incoming Professor BJ Casey, Adriana Galvan ’01, Professor Russell Romeo, and Marina Catallozzi, Vice President of Health & Wellness.