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Influence of Cognitive Control and Affective Control on Risk Taking in Adolescents

Status: Ongoing

This is a Department of Science and Technology funded project sanctioned in November 2015. The differential speed of development of affective processing and self regulation during adolescence creates a window of opportunity to express risky behavior. This study aimed to determine the differences in the relationships between (1) cognitive and affective functioning, (2) Executive functions and Risk Taking, (3) Risk taking, Impulsivity and Sensation Seeking - in early vs late adolescence.


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