Previous research shows that like adults, teens have the knowledge and ability to make competent decisions about risk. So, why are teens more likely than children or adults to engage in risky behaviors like experimenting with drugs, having unprotected sex and driving recklessly.
It's not just a slogan for Pringle's; it's a truism for anyone who has thought that they would have just one chip, only to down the entire bag.
People who smoke marijuana are more likely to develop nicotine addiction, a new study reveals.
Researchers linked the brain chemical, hypocretin to happiness, finding similar effects to dopamine.
Most of us prefer the carrot to the stick, but unfortunately, a new study has once again confirmed that punishment can work just as well as reward for improving performance.