Teenagers' brains 'start tuning out their mother's voice at age of 13'


Ever get the feeling you're talking to a brick wall when trying to communicate with your children? Well, a new study suggests there may be some science to it, after finding that teenagers' brains start tuning out their mothers' voices around the age of 13. This is because they no longer find it 'uniquely rewarding', researchers said, and instead tune into unfamiliar voices more. The study by th...

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