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Increased striatal activity in adolescence benefits learning

Heightened activation of the striatum that adolescents show in response to reward is often associated with risk-taking and negative health consequences. This article in Nature Communications investigates a potential positive side of this heightened activation. It shows that the activity peak in late adolescence is associated with better feedback learning, both concurrently and two years later.

Author
Sabine Peters en Eveline Crone
Date
19 December 2017
Links
Nature Communications, 8 (2017), 1983

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