A new study links parental depression with increased activity in areas of the teen brain associated with risk taking behaviors.
According to a new study, those addicted to cocaine have strong motivation to seek out rewards, but exhibit an impaired ability to adjust their behavior and are less fulfilled when they achieve their desired goal.
Researchers explore the link between different life circumstances and risk taking behaviors in older people.
A neuroimaging study reports connections between certain brain regions are amplified in teens who are more prone to taking risks.
Researchers find circuits involved in pursuing rewarding experiences are more strongly activated in bipolar patients.