PYSCH 1001 V2

PYSCH 1001 V2

Published on 19 July 2021
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Self and Identity Through the Eyes of a Teenager
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PSYCH 1001
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By: Patricio Brook
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Ventral System
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Dopamine
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Who We Become 
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Ventral Striatum
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Responsible for risk and reward highly active during our adolescent years leads to repeated behavior
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Dopamine
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Our brain puts more weight on reward over risk hyperrationality Cognitive control develops It helps reduce dopamine levels from high risk scenarios
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Who We Become
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Adolescence paves the path of who we become "unique" brain activity Our goals and values Temporal continuity
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Synthesis:
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dopamine levels are at the lowest levels of our life time's during our adolescent years. This impacts our figurative destination of who we become because these neurotransmitters. In our younger years these neurotransmitters have not figured our how to properly operate which allows for children not not think long term or put more value  in risk over reward situations.
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Ventral striatum and dopamine levels
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pave the way
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for who we become after adolescence
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McAdams, D. P. (2021). Self and Identity. Noba.      https://nobaproject.com/modules/self-and-identity
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Siegel, D. (2014, January 24). Dopamine and Teenage Logic. The Atlantic.     https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2014/01/dopamine-and-teenage-logic/282895/
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A. (2019, December 3). The teenage brain. Science News for Students.      https://www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/article/teenage-brain
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References
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Credits
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Software: MOOVLY Created by: Pat Brook Produced by: Pat Brook