Is Your Adolescent a Risk-Taker?
Zdroj: Psychology Today
Autor: Marilyn Price-Mitchell, Ph.D.
New brain research discovers why some teens take more risks than others.
Negative risk-taking behavior during adolescence is often a parent’s greatest fear, and for good reason: Studies have shown that educational programs and parent nagging do little to change negative risk-taking during the teen years because these behaviors are intricately linked to natural physiological changes in the brain.
In a new study published in NeuroImage, researchers from the University of Delaware sought to understand the nuances of why some teens take more risks than others...
Plné znění článku na stránkách Psychology Today ZDE
Plné znění studie https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.116850