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The development of judgment and decision making in children and adolescents

Janis E. Jacobs

The development of judgment and decision making in children and adolescents

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Published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates in Mahwah, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Judgment in children,
  • Decision making in children,
  • Judgment in adolescence,
  • Decision making in adolescence

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes

    Statementedited by Janis E. Jacobs, Paul A. Klaczynski
    ContributionsJacobs, Janis E, Klaczynski, Paul A
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF723.J8 D48 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 364 p. :
    Number of Pages364
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17172113M
    ISBN 10080584256X
    LC Control Number2004050658

    development in adolescents. Unlike in the adult brain, where both the limbic area of the brain (emotion center) and the prefrontal cortex (judgment and reasoning cen-ter) are enhanced when viewing images that expressed fear,intheadolescentbrain,afterseeingthesameimages, the limbic area is enhanced, with almost no activity in the prefrontal cortex.


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An expanded decision-making framework designed to evaluate “judgment” in adults and adolescents can better test the empirical basis of paternalistic legal policies. The theoretical and empirical literature on the informed consent framework is critiqued and an alternative framework incorporating judgment.

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Changing Brains Mean that Adolescents Act Differently From Adults. Pictures of the brain in action show that adolescents' brains work differently than adults when they make decisions or solve problems.

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Leading researchers in the fields of JDM, cognitive development, human learning and neuroscience discuss short-term and long-term changes in JDM skills. Reyna, VF, Adam, MB, Poirier, KM, LeCroy, CW & Brainerd, CJRisky decision making in childhood and adolescence: A fuzzy-trace theory approach.

in The Development of Judgment and Decision Making in Children and by: Child development specialists Carla Poole, Susan A. Miller, Ed.D., and Ellen Booth Church discuss how support and guidance from teachers and parents can help children with choice making. Poole, Miller and Church advise parents and educators on what they can do to help children hone their choice-making skills at various levels of development.

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