Practically from puberty, young people are bombarded with mixed signals about the scope of their rights and the depth of their responsibilities.And most of those mixed signals come from the laws of state and local governments.
There are now three stages of adolescence, according to the BBC report: early adolescence that ranges from 12 to 14 years, middle adolescence from 15 to 17 years and 18 and over is classed as late adolescence.
New brain scanning technology has made it possible for psychologists to track how the brain changes into adulthood.
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'The decision to extend access to child psychologists to the age of 25 is a welcome one, as are the terms of the Children and Families Bill that will give young people with the most complex needs a legal right to specialist support, including to educational psychologists, to the age of 25.