Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Teens Ignore Advice, but Only When They Know Better

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This shows a cartoon of the space invader gameTeens are more likely to ignore advice than younger children, but only when the advice offered is bad. This is because teens are better at judging their own decisions, researchers say. The findings reveal the development of metacognition may be a key driver of developing independence during teenage years.