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Rude Teens: Changing Times, What to Do
 Regina Rei Lamourelle with Anna Post, Nicholas Provenzano, Susan M. Heim

 

pic Remember manners and etiquette? Apparently many teens didn't get the memo that these social graces are still important. Yes, some of the old rules are outdated, but the basics still apply. Learn how to help your teen develop a keen sense of appropriate behavior.
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Inside Out:
Helping Teens to Understand and Manage Their Emotions
 Regina Rei Lamourelle with Dr. Mary Lamia, Annie Fox, M.Ed.

 

pic According to our guest, teens often misunderstand and grossly mismanage their emotions. Moreover, many adults also misundertand the role of emotions in teens and become enablers in the mismanagement of teen emotions. Our guests help us to help teens put their emotions in the right context and respond to their emotions in more productive ways.
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Closer Look:
Inside the Mind of Violent Youth
 Regina Rei Lamourelle with Dr. James Fallon and Brian Stevenson

 

pic Why do young people suddenly turn aggressive, violent and commit unthinkable crimes? What can we tell from neuroscience about brain development in violent teens and young adults? As parents, educators and policy makers struggle to handle increasing violence in teens, our ability to use MRI to see in to the brain offers some new clues and guidance for effective intervention.
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Critical Skills
Why Your Teen's IQ is Not as Important as You Might Think
Dr. Regina Rei Lamourelle with Paul Tough, Sam Chaltain, Kathryn Stamoulis, Ph.D. 

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Our guests say that our emphasis on I.Q., testing and scores undermines the development of critical qualities your teen needs to succeed in life. What are these skills, where and how are they learned? Tune in and find out if your teen is on the right track.

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Risky Behaviors
Sex, Teens and Technology, Oh My!
Dr. Regina Rei Lamourelle with Megan A. Moreno, MD, MSEd, MPH, Deven Black

 

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Teens exploring and experimenting with their sexuality is not new. However technology has taken this stage of teen development to a whole new level with legal consequences that neither parents, teachers  or teens are prepared to handle.  The onus is on parents. Find out what you need to know to protect your teens.

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