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What Were You Thinking

 4.5 via 278 ratings in Apple Podcasts and Podchaser
A society & culture podcast from Audible
Website: https://www.audible.com

The real stories of adolescents who made life-altering choices – from hacking to terrorism – that led to disastrous results. Journalist Dina Temple-Raston goes beyond the headline-grabbing effects to talk with the young people about the causes of their decisions. She also dives into the latest science to explore how the adolescent brain contributes to risky behavior and how we can help it choose more wisely. Learn more at Audible.com/adolescentbrain.

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