Developmental changes and individual differences in trust and reciprocity in adolescence
Trust and reciprocity are two important social behaviors that help adolescents to navigate their social world successfully. In their empirical article in Journal of Research on Adolescence, van de Groep, Meuwese, Zanolie, Güroğlu, and Crone describe the development of trust and reciprocity in adolescents aged 12 - 18. Furthermore, their study tested the roles of gender, risk, and individual differences in empathy, impulsivity, and antisocial tendencies in trust and reciprocity.
- Van de Groep, Meuwese, Zanolie, Güroğlu & Crone
- 16 October 2018
- Journal of Research on Adolescence, in press