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But if you try to drive through the red and don't beat it, you lose even more time than you would have if you had stopped for it.Thus the game rewards you for taking a certain amount of risk but punishes you for taking too much.
The teen brain is similarly attuned to oxytocin, another neural hormone, which (among other things) makes social connections in particular more rewarding.
S., one in three teen deaths is from car crashes, many involving alcohol. That's the conventional explanation: They're not thinking, or by the work-in-progress model, their puny developing brains fail them. As Laurence Steinberg, a developmental psychologist specializing in adolescence at Temple University, points out, even 14- to 17-year-olds—the biggest risk takers—use the same basic cognitive strategies that adults do, and they usually reason their way through problems just as well as adults.
Contrary to popular belief, they also fully recognize they're mortal.
Most long-term drug or alcohol abuse starts during adolescence, and even people who later drink responsibly often drink too much as teens.
Especially in cultures where teenage driving is common, this takes a gory toll: In the U.