Teenagers Are Wired for Peer Approval, Study Says

Joe Booth | Wednesday, May 29, 2013

It’s true: Adolescents really do want to jump off a bridge just because their friends are doing it. But new research suggests changes in how teenagers view risks and rewards around their peers are not only a critical part of their development, but may also provide a key to motivating them.

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