Trying Differently:  Rethinking Juvenile Justice Using a Neuro-Behavioral Model

It offers an alternative framework known as the Neuro-Behavioral (N-B) Model, which explores problems and solutions from a different perspective.  Informed by massive amounts of research, it links brain function and dysfunction with behavioral symptoms.  The model then applies this wealth of knowledge to ask different questions that lead to more effective strategies and techniques for prevention and intervention. 

Click here to read this article by Malbin, Boulding and Brooks.

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