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For these reasons, in 2013 the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry came out in support of alternate warnings tailored toward adolescents' cognitive development.
Adolescents, the AACA wrote, don't have fully developed frontal lobes—the centers for reasoning and judgment—and as such, are more likely to act on impulse.
I would also add that The Nod is one of the smartest, coolest teams, comprised of the nicest, funnest people.(In one study, more than double the juveniles under age 15 confessed compared to teens over 15.) This is particularly troubling when it comes to false confessions.One experimental study found that 75 percent of falsely accused young adults in a simulation easily gave false confessions.Today, the King County Sheriff's Office did just that when the office updated its language used to warn juveniles of their warning in legalese.
Plus, younger juveniles are more likely to waive their rights and confess than older teens.So proud of our squad and all we've accomplished this year!