New Delhi: Do you know why kids and their mother start squabbling more after growing up, there is a scientific reason behind this.
According to a new study, it has been said that when a child starts entering their teens, they start loosing connection with the mother’s voice and become less in familiar with it.
The children and the teenagers starts tuning to unfamiliar voices, which are the evidence of their response to various social stimuli.
According to a study that was published in the Journal of Neuroscience, was conducted by researchers at the Stanford School of Medicine.
The researchers have used the MRI brain scans and then they have compiled the first neurobiological explanation for how teenage years see a child’s separation from their parents.
Daniel Abrams, lead author said that like the infant knows how to tune into her/her mother’s voice, in the same way an adolescent knows how to tune into novel voices.
For example, once a kid becomes a teenager, they like spending more time withy new companions and also enjoy making new friends.
According to the research that was led by Abram suggests that teenage brains are more receptive to all voices that they hear. There brain reacts to more activity for unfamiliar voices than that of the mother’s voice.
Since the child has to become independent at some point of time which has to be precipitated by an underlying biological signal, said a senior author.
It is said that these transformation will later on help the teenagers to engage more profoundly with the world. This will also help them make connections in and around the society outside their families.
This study is based on the research that was done in 2016, which said that the children can relate to their mother’s voice even before they were born.
This study can help tap into the understanding of the stimuli response of the brain of adolescents with autism and other mental conditions.