Explain how research on brain development helps us understand adolescent risky behavior. Be specific about aspects of brain development, and the types of behaviors that can be linked to these developments (or underdevelopments). What do these findings have to say about parenting needs in adolescence? That is, given the information on brain development and how it can explain some adolescent behaviors, how might parents use this info to be more successful when interacting with/guiding/teaching their teen? Base your answer in research, but feel free to get creative and/or expand with your own specific ideas about parenting suggestions.