Brain and Behavior: A Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective by David EaglemanThis article proposes a framework for theory and research on risk-taking that is informed by developmental neuroscience. Two fundamental questions motivate this review. First, why does risk-taking increase between childhood and adolescence? Second, why does risk-taking decline between adolescence and adulthood? These changes occur across adolescence and young adulthood and are seen in structural and functional changes within the prefrontal cortex and its connections to other brain regions.
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David Eagleman born April 25, is an American neuroscientist , author, and science communicator. He teaches as an adjunct professor at Stanford University and is CEO of NeoSensory , a company that develops devices for sensory substitution.
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