According to a recent study the brains of adolescents tend to react more responsively towards getting rewards. Researchers believe that this could make learning easier in them. Sabine Peters from the Leiden University in the Netherlands who led the research said that brains of adolescent boys and girls are more sensitive to feedback. That makes the teenage years the best time for learning something. Researchers utilised data from MRI scans over a period of five years to come to the conclusion. At least 736 scans from 300 subjects between the ages of 8 and 29 were used for the study.