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The college years in the United States are a time for students to experiment.
Many U.S. colleges and universities urge their students to explore a variety of ideas, interests and even ways of thinking that may be different or new to them.
Most Americans who go to college usually do so right after high school, when they are away from home for the first time.
John Schulenberg believes that because of this separation from family members, some of the experimentation done on college campuses is not healthy.
Schulenberg is a research professor at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan.
He notes that for years, drug and alcohol use by students has been a big issue at U.S. colleges and universities.
Many movies and television shows present drug and alcohol use as just a normal part of the college experience.
Yet Schulenberg told VOA that it has a lasting effect on students' overall well-being.
"The fact is the brain is still growing … through the mid-20s," he said.
在美国,大学时代是学生们进行各种实践的时候。
许多美国高校都敦促学生探索各种对他们来说可能是不同的或陌生的想法、兴趣甚至思维方式。
大多数上大学的美国人通常是在高中毕业后,第一次离家时就这样做。
约翰・舒伦伯格认为,由于与家庭成员分开,在大学校园进行的一些实践并不健康。
舒伦伯格是密歇根大学社会研究所的研究教授。
他指出,多年来,学生吸毒和酗酒一直是美国高校的大问题。
许多电影和电视节目把吸毒和酗酒作为大学生活的正常部分,
但舒伦伯格告诉美国之音,这对学生的整体幸福感有着持久性的影响。
他说:“事实上,大脑仍在增长,一直长到20多岁。
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