Adolescence is a stage marked by dynamic changes biologically, psychologically, and behaviorally. Adolescents are naturally primed to engage in high-risk behaviors, including substance use and addicting activities. This micro-course focuses on the neurodevelopmental changes occurring in the adolescent brain and the implications of these changes on the development of substance use or addictive behavior disorders.
Related Learning: This micro-course is also part of the ASCI2000 - The Neuroscience of Addiction Learning Path. Learn more.