Risk-taking and consequences for peers


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Description: Using an economic decision-making task, we show that adolescents’ decisions to take risks are dependent, in part, on the benefits and costs those choices hold for their friends.


materials and data for the study presented in: Powers, K.E., Yaffe, G., Hartley, C.A., Davidow, J.Y., Kober, H. and Somerville, L.H. (in press). Consequences for peers differentially bias computations about risk from adolescence to adulthood. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.


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