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Developing Minds in Science

DMS logoBy introducing students to latest advances in brain science, in through experiences and images that teens will recognize as being like their own, DMS intends to expand understanding of brains and behavior and inspire the next generation of STEM scientists and practitioners. The program presenting information to foster understanding for healthier decision-making throughout adolescence to promote mental health through a series of short learning modules for high school in the brain and learning sciences, delivered online via animated graphics and video with supplemental teaching material. DMS content will focus on the science of issues young people grapple with every day: peer pressure, cliques and gangs, out-of-sync body clocks, dating and mating, body image and more. In the process, we can begin to uncover answers to questions about how we make choices, ways we are biased without even knowing it, and how positive experiences with friends and family can help our brains connect up in healthy ways.

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