I-han Chou, senior editor at Nature, discusses a new study about adolescence and how that period of your life influences adulthood. Chou discusses how the demographic has often been looked over by scientists who tend to focus on studying the mental and physical traits of babies and adults. The study digs deep into the science of the age group, looking past puberty and some of the negative behaviors associated with being a teenager. Parts of the study also analyze the digital life of students today. Research has found that offline behavior is often mirrored online. For example, students prone to bullying in real-life also often experience those same issues online.

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