Alison Gopnik What's Wrong With The Teenage Mind

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In my opinion, the author is most coherent on page four of What’s Wrong with the Teenage Mind? because of the amount and quality of the transitions she uses throughout this page. Starting at the end of page three, the next topic is introduced with the phrase, “The second crucial system in our brains” which is used as a transition into the next page. To bring clarity on what the author, Alison Gopnik, means by that phrase, she utilizes a transition in the following sentence, “In particular” and sustains it with an explanation. Gopnik then provides an introduction paragraph on the importance of practice and supports her claim with relevant evidence. From then on, she commences the next five paragraphs with clear and coherent transitions while
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