The Developing Brain from 13 to 24

Marijuana impacts the developing brain of adolescents differently from the brains of adults. Most researchers set the brain's maturation at approximately 24 years of age. Get informed about what neuroscientists have learned in their research about how marijuana affects young brains during a critically important time of development - namely, the adolescent years.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Chapter One:

    • What does Marijuana do to Developing Brains?

    • Video on Marijuana #1

    • Video on Marijuana #2

    • Video on Marijuana #3

    • Video on Marijuana #4

    • Video on Marijuana #5

    • Video on Marijuana #6

  • 2

    Chapter Two:

    • How to Get High Without Hurting Your Brain

    • Video on Cannabis Recovery #1

    • Video on Cannabis Recovery #2

    • Video on Cannabis Recovery #3

  • 3

    Resources

    • Resources

Course Designer & Teacher

Writer & Educator

Dr. Jennifer Fraser

With a PhD from the University of Toronto in Comparative Literature, Jennifer is an award-winning educator who has taught for twenty years at the university, college and high-school level and also worked with young adults as they are launching their careers. A published author of books & articles, Jennifer believes teens & young adults, teachers, coaches and all who work with young people deserve the most up-to-date information and knowledge, especially when it comes to their well-being and safety. For more, see https://www.neuroparadigm.com.

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