Love Finds Andy Hardy, USA In film buff histories, the retrospective compilations produced for awards shows, and in commentary on youth culture, there are two commonly cited histories for teen film. One begins in the s and the other in the s. In this essay I want to problematise both approaches and contribute to the history they jointly sketch by thinking about what adolescence meant in cinema before the s. But a sense at what is at stake in these competing claims will serve as a useful starting point.
The study is published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. The 32 teenagers, ageswere told they were participating in a small social network similar to the popular photo-sharing app, Instagram. Each photo also displayed the number of likes it had supposedly received from other teenage participants — in reality, the number of likes was assigned by the researchers.
At the end of the procedure, the participants were told that the researchers decided on the number of likes a photo received. This reward circuitry is thought to be particularly sensitive during adolescence.
When the teenagers saw their photos with a large number of likes, the researchers also observed activation in regions that are known as the social brain and regions linked to visual attention. In deciding whether to click that they liked a photo, the teenagers were highly influenced by the number of likes the photo had.
Teens react differently to information when they believe it has been endorsed by many or few of their peers, even if these peers are strangers. These brain regions are involved in decision-making and can inhibit us from engaging in certain activities, or give us the green light to go ahead, Dapretto said.
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