Stronger working memory, reduced sexual risk-taking in adolescents

17 junio 2015

A study of adolescents has found that individual differences in working memory, a function of the brain that helps us make decisions, can predict early sexual risk-taking. The findings suggest potential preventive intervention strategies for parents of teens at risk for engaging in these behaviors.
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