Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Wired Article

Here is a Wired article for parents.

Odds are you're worried about the public implications of your kid's behavior online – such as whether your tween is passing herself off as a sultry 19-year-old on MySpace, or he’s nursing an outta-control Internet poker and porn habit. Or maybe you're concerned that Google's cache will cough up their explicit blog to a prospective employer in 2016. In a teenage brain, impulse control is still under construction, psychologist David Walsh says. The job of the parent is to act as the surrogate prefrontal cortex.

For more information, visit Wired 14.07: START.

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