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I work in adult education. What are your thoughts on the notion debated a couple/few years ago postulating that maturation out of adolescence was marked by development of the frontal lobe and that often did not occur until well into ones twenties. I ask that because it would have implications at the underclass level of a college education. College classrooms, especially FR/SOPH, would have to shift their paradigm to build confidence in their students which doesnt happen very often nowadays because of the pace. In my own program, there is a college success class that helps build skills, self confidence & self-efficacy to help them through difficult academic times they may encounter. It didnt dawn on me just how important this might be until this article. Thanks.
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