Thrill-seeking teens have a better memory than adults: The part of the brain that creates daredevils helps adolescents learn



Teenagers can often be portrayed as irresponsible individuals, seeking short-term satisfaction without regard for the consequences.
But a new study shows adolescents' love for instant gratification can actually help improve their memory.
The researchers found teenagers were better at a picture-based learning game than adults when positive reinforcement was involved, and they argue this sensitivity to reward could be part of an evolutionary adaptation to learn from their environment. 
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Teens' brains are wired differently from adults, the study found, explaining both... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail
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