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Neural cognitive control moderates the association between insular risk processing and risk-taking behaviors via perceived stress in adolescents
Adolescence is a critical period for the initiation of risk-taking behaviors. We examined the longitudinal interplay between neural correlates of risk processing and cognitive control in predicting risk-taking behaviors ...
Neural computations underlying social risk sensitivity
Under standard models of expected utility, preferences over stochastic events are assumed to be independent of the source of uncertainty. Thus, in decision-making, an agent should exhibit consistent preferences, regardless ...
Longitudinal link between trait motivation and risk-taking behaviors via neural risk processing
Prior research has emphasized the importance of the motivational system in risky decision-making, yet the mechanisms through which individual differences in motivation may influence adolescents' risk-taking behaviors remain ...