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November 30, 2000
Web posted at: 6:38 PM EST (2338 GMT)

The Your Brain webcast took place December 7 with doctors from the Emory University Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center on call to answer questions about the teen brain.

The text and video from the webcast will be archived and available about two weeks after the event for future review. The webcast and moderated discussions were held in six sessions:

Session 1: Teen sleepers
Webcast Guest: Dr. David Rye
Chat Guest: Dr. Donald Bliwise

Session 2: The teen brain
Webcast Guest: Dr. John Sladky
Chat Guest: Dr. Douglas Lee

Session 3: Brain structure and function
Webcast Guest: Dr. Greg Berns
Chat Guest: Dr. Krish Sathian

Session 4: Drugs and the teen brain
Webcast Guest: Dr. Karen Drexler
Chat Guest: Dr. Clint Kilts

Session 5: Video replay -- The teen brain
Replay of video
Chat Guest: Dr. Elaine Walker

Session 6: Video replay -- Drugs and the teen brain
Replay of video
Chat Guest: Dr. Mike Kuhar

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