Science Daily: Brain thickness provides insight into teenage decision-making

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Young adults with thinner cortex in particular brain regions are more impulsive during a decision-making task than teens with thicker cortex, according to a study of adolescents. The results suggest that individual differences in brain structure could be used to identify youth at higher risk of making dangerous choices. (February 12, 2018)

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