High-risk behavior during adolescence: comments on part I.

@article{Bardo2004HighriskBD,
  title={High-risk behavior during adolescence: comments on part I.},
  author={Michael T. Bardo},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2004},
  volume={1021},
  pages={59-60}
}
Cardinal and Steinberg provide evidence from both laboratory animal and human studies indicating that behavior is controlled by two distinct brain systems, one activational and the other inhibitory. This conceptual framework continues to be a useful integrative framework in developmental neurobiology and psychology. Despite the conceptual framework that posits a two-system control of high-risk behavior, it is notable that the bulk of research related to this topic has focused on one system in… CONTINUE READING

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