A new neuroimaging study finds those with gambling addition have a poor ability to assess and adapt to high risk situations.
A new study links risk aversion to changes in gray matter volume in the right posterior parietal cortex.
A new study provides insight into the neural circuit computations that underlie risk-reward decision making.
Researchers report DR2 neurons in the nucleus accumbens of rats may control risk taking behaviors.
Dopamine neurons are activated less than in adults brains when teens are faced with the prospect of a reward, a new study reports.